The mystery of what moves me

I recently forgot to bring a replacement book with me to work. I was almost done the book I was reading and knew that it wouldn’t last through lunch and the commute home and yet still my mind shut down and I did not bring the book that was next on my reading list (Yes,Continue reading “The mystery of what moves me”

Vampires, Politics and Millenials=conservatism?

I know what you’re thinking. Someone’s been sucking a little too hard and fast on the whiskey bottle. But I swear, no. Really. Just hear me out, for crying out loud! I just finished Breaking Dawn , the fourth book in the Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight saga. Now I’ve written about this series before, back inContinue reading “Vampires, Politics and Millenials=conservatism?”

Simple wisdom found in the most unlikely place

One of my favourite reads this year has been a Young Adult novel entitled The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.About a young native boy who needs to leave his Reservation in order to pursue his larger educational goals, Alexie concludes with this one simple, but effective piece of wisdom. And I am sureContinue reading “Simple wisdom found in the most unlikely place”

The motorcycle boy reigns

Watched Rumblefish again last night for the first time since I was a teenager. All I remembered from this movie was the brilliant colour of the fish and the orgy scene at the lakehouse. The latter I remembered mainly because my mother walked in right at that part and shut the movie off. And nowContinue reading “The motorcycle boy reigns”