Have you ever wondered what the normally sonorous voice of Morgan Freeman would sound like after inhaling some helium? Well, I didn’t know I wondered until I came across this. I just had to find out. This is from the Science Channel’s Through the Wormhole, a series that explores the wonderful mysteries of the universe. I […]Read More Morgan Freeman on Helium
Thankless in Death, the most recent installment of J.D. Robb’s “In Death” series (or at least the newest one I’ve read) sees one of my favorite characters, Eve Dallas, chasing a killer (as a homicide detective, this is something she does quite often). Thankless in Death is the 37th book in this series, and Dallas […]Read More I Don’t Want To Sound Thankless: A Book Review
As the much-anticipated movie adaptation of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars opens in theaters across the U.S. tonight, I came across a great article about Green in The New Yorker, The Teen Whisperer. It’s time to grab some tissues and head to the movie theaters! I’m finishing up Looking for Alaska now, and I’m not surprised that it […]Read More The New Yorker, TFiOS, and Looking for Alaska
This morning, I got to experience quite a bit of this. We had a very stormy Thursday morning that transitioned into a sunny but muggy afternoon. This was the perfect day to curl up with a good book and just listen to the rain. A good thunderstorm is a thing of beauty and one of […]Read More Wordy Thursday
Mark Haddon’s novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is one of the few books that I would put on a “must read” list for everyone. Honestly, it moved me to tears, and I had to put it down in places because I got a little overwhelmed. This first person narrative, told by […]Read More The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Is Human Teleportation Really Possible? Did Star Trek pave the way for a breakthrough in teleportation? I couldn’t have picked a better way to kick off the week after my Star Trek week if I’d planned it that way (and really, I didn’t). Today, I came across an article posted by George Takei (A.K.A. Sulu […]Read More Is Human Teleportation Really Possible?
I’m keeping this one short and sweet. I promise, there is more on my trip to Boston to come. For now, I have a couple of fun facts for you. Did you know colonial Bostonians had a horrible sense of direction and/or sucked at map reading? I know, hard for me to believe too, but […]Read More I’m Baaacckkk!