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
Possum Kingdom Lake
The legend of one of the greatest names ever
Morning Hike Through a Former Dump
Short blog about hiking around the Trinity River Audubon Center
MJ’s American Lit: All the Pretty Horses
MJ's American Lit reflects on Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses
Mat J Reads The Stand: End of Book 1
Mat J finishes the first part of Stephen King's The Stand.
Reading The Stand (pages 151 – 312)
Stephen King's classic intensifies. The virus known as Captain Trips continues its rampage as the American population turns on itself.
The Stand: First 150 Pages
Mat talks about reading Stephen King's The Stand.
The Beauty of Humanity
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
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