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Sarah Reynolds is editor of The Republican Journal. She finds inspiration in the ordinary, especially nature.

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    December 2, 2021

    A circle of blessings

    Republican Journal Editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    November 25, 2021

    Gratitude, the best seasoning for Thanksgiving dinner

    Republican Journal Editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    October 21, 2021

    The best thing we can give to teenagers

    Republican Journal editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    September 23, 2021

    I’m not perfect … yet

    Republican Journal editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    September 2, 2021

    The moody, broody days of late summer

    Republican Journal editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    August 12, 2021

    What is the value of wild places?

    Republican Journal editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    July 29, 2021

    Getting some shuteye

    Republican Journal editor Sarah E. Reynolds is a longtime employee of Courier Publications.

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    May 20, 2021

    Spiritual lessons from wildflowers

    I have a “soul friend” I see about once a month to talk over what’s happening in my life and how my relationship with Mystery is going. When we couldn’t get together in person we met on Zoom, although not as often. So it was a great pleasure to see him earlier this month in person again, at his home, as we used to do. No one looks as good on Zoom as they do in person, and Zoom hugs are … nonexistent. The overarchi…

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    April 1, 2021

    What's in your Easter basket?

    I remember when Easter was all about two things: the candy and whoever was coming for Easter dinner, usually my mom’s parents. Easter baskets made the holiday a sort of mini-Christmas, with jelly beans, chocolate eggs and other goodies tucked into a brightly colored basket filled with green plastic “grass.” Of course I had to wear a dress, which I didn’t like, but the candy and company made it more or less …

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    March 11, 2021

    My year with Mrs. Nickerson's fourth graders

    Back in September I had an email from a fourth grade class at Capt. Albert Stevens School in Belfast. The kids got right to the point: “We would like you to read our letter and article and add it to your next publication,” they wrote. Accompanying the email was a letter that explained further what they had in mind. “We are hoping you would be willing to publish a few articles, each month, that we have written in …

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