I’m at home now prepping sweet potatoes and mustard greens (not together) for our Thanksgiving in Temple (an hour north of Austin). This wiil be perhaps a less joyous occasion than it has been in years past as Liz’s uncle Glen just passed away on Tuesday of heart failure. Nonetheless we will be thankful for […]
Posted on November 22nd, 2007 by J.E.
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The holidays are upon us. I hope everyone has a good Thanksgiving next week, wherever you will be. Jen and I will be in the Pacific Northwest from Tuesday through Sunday. So here’s wishing you a good feast to you and yours, from there. As it happens, I have a fairly grand holiday break set […]
Posted on November 16th, 2007 by Shotts
Filed under: Beginnings & Endings, Family, Holidays, Informational, Nostalgia, Travel | 11 Comments »
If you have not read Out Stealing Horses I strongly urge you to pick it up. You have already purchased it right? I have always enjoyed Scandinavian literature. Many Scandinavian authors share a preoccupation with the formation of the self in the early years of life — a preoccupation we Hollow Men seem to share […]
Posted on November 13th, 2007 by J.E.
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Is anyone still watching LOST? Toby, Peters? I have still only watched seasons one and two, but season three is soon out on DVD. Is it worth putting on my Netflix queue, or has the whole series jumped the shark by now? I haven’t heard much talk about the show lately, so I’m getting the […]
Posted on November 8th, 2007 by Shotts
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More on globalism and pop music: Liz and I went to the Hogg Auditorium here at UT last night to see M. I. A. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, we saw M. I. A. at Austin City Limits festival as well but we didn’t get to see the entire set. I so glad […]
Posted on November 4th, 2007 by J.E.
Filed under: Art, Music | 1 Comment »