Entering Twilight Zone

As a teenager, I sat up late a few times with my parents to watch “Twilight Zone.” Creative and offbeat, the television series hit a chord with many viewers. Twilight Zone was that weird place where life wasn’t quite right. Up seemed like down, and right and wrong got twisted. People did weird things, and life careened…

‘My Sister’s Keeper’… a Keeper

  From time to time, I like to critique movies. After all, they are a vivid, living-color representation of our culture… all the glory and gore is contained there. And that’s what this blog is about: The content or lack of content in American traditions…

‘I’m Nobody. Who are You?’

Britney Spears, uh, no uh, Lindsay Lohan, uh, no uh, Paris Hilton, uh… I’m Nobody. Who are You? by Emily Dickinson I’m nobody. Who are you? Are you nobody too? Then there’s a pair of us–don’t tell! They’d banish us you know. How dreary to be somebody! How public like a frog To tell your name…

I Like Know This is Like Really Shallow, but…

“Dwight Schrute” Like, no more “The Office” due to the like writers’ strike in Hollywood? What? I like know this is like really shallow, but how can I like survive without “The Office?” Well, I am so glad that my friend, Kristin’s, brother has been like practicing the role of Dwight Schrute already, during Halloween…

Culture vs Content: The Battle for Contentment

Because there is not much to see in Texas, now as far as fall color, I am enjoying this season through memory. Wayne took Julia and me on a tour through New England during peak season of autumn color one year. I recollect it as one of our most memorable vacations.We brought along Peter Marshall’s book, “The Light…