Book review: I am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

This summer, my family and I set out on the road headed for the Rocky Mountains. It was going to be a long drive so I knew that I was up to the task of reading the 612 page, debut fiction by Terry Hayes called I am Pilgrim. It came highly recommended by reviewers and I was […]

You Put Your Left Hand Out

If you’re left handed like I am, you know the frustration of supplies for school or work not being made for your hands. The scissors won’t cut right, the spiral notebooks’ binding is in the way, and you just can’t seem to make the mouse agree with you. I can’t even cook at the same […]

American Art Appreciation Month: I don’t know art, but I know what I like…

In celebration of American Artist Appreciation Month, I thought that I would highlight the one art style/movement that always struck with me as interesting ever since high school: Pop art. Yes, Warhol with his soup cans and Lichtenstein with his comics and all that. Why pop art? First off, you don’t get to judge me. […]

Fantasy Among Reality

It’s a wonder to see the way nature creates such beauty. There are broken down houses and buildings that have been overtaken by nature. Reclaimed, if you will. And they make such wonderful sights. It’s hard to believe that some of these places even exist outside of a painting. That’s not even from just nature’s […]

Space, the final frontier.

Did you know that July 20th was Space Exploration Day? I was pretty stoked when I found out because, to me at least, space is a pretty big deal. Space Exploration Day has been celebrated since the early 1970’s and marks the anniversary date of the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969. Each year since, […]