MJ reflects on Annihilation, a novel by Jeff Vandermeer.
Five dollars. Five US dollars is all I paid for a great experience. That's a deal I just don't see enough of these days. I got home from work last Friday and pulled up Google Maps. I typed in "hiking" and found my destination for the weekend: Purtis Creek State Park. I loaded up my … Continue reading Enter Spring
The legend of one of the greatest names ever
Short blog about hiking around the Trinity River Audubon Center
MJ's American Lit reflects on Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses
Mat J finishes the first part of Stephen King's The Stand.
Stephen King's classic intensifies. The virus known as Captain Trips continues its rampage as the American population turns on itself.
Mat talks about reading Stephen King's The Stand.
I've never stepped foot in an art museum, which is odd because I appreciate the visual arts. So, when my buddy asked me to join him at the Dallas Museum of Art to help with a school project, I said hell yes. The amount of inspiration these exhibits elicited was astounding. Every single piece at DMA … Continue reading The Beauty of Humanity