All these sites are family-friendly, though some may not interest the kids.
* Flower Gardening, how-to and design ideas
* Haruah, an online literary magazine
* The Sword Review, an online science fiction magazine
* Sonnets, because we all need a little poetry in our lives
* My Blog, which contains links to my writing and all those other things people put on their blogs
Beach. Desmond is walking out of the jungle and he looks into the distance.
Charlie and Hurley go through Sawyer's stuff. Hurley is reading. Desmond walks up and asks them to come with him. Hurley asks if he found Eko, but Desmond doesn't answer. He leads them into the jungle where Sayid and Locke are waiting. Charlie asks, "What happened?" they fill in some details about Eko's death
Here's a recap for "Not in Portland". The video touches on the salient points of the island story, but leaves out Juliet's rather significant backstory (the focus of the episode).
The most interesting aspect of her character was the transformation from a mouse, who was pushed around by her ex-husband, to a woman willing to kill people--first Ben, then Pickett, maybe others as well that we haven't seen--in order to leave the island. I'm interested in what actually caused that transformation, but I think we won't know for a while, at least
"Not in Portland" had some interesting revelations, but I didn't see many Easter eggs.
A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. Over on the Tail Section, DocArzt researched the exact page Aldo was looking at when Kate, Sawyer, and Alex came up to him. It's about black holes and the bending of time. Rather than reproduce his effort, I'll just direct you to the post
Woohoo! Three days until Lost returns! The first episode of the second half of the season (that's such a mouthful...and it doesn't type any easier) has had enough hype that my expectations are way up. I love Lost and I'm sure it won't disappoint.
In season two, Sawyer sang "Redemption Song" while he and Michael drifted on the broken raft. Josh Holloway doesn't have such a bad voice. He should sing more.
I received an email asking what the "Redemption Song" is. It's an old Bob Marley tune. A lot of Marley's songs take the attitude of how the past was bad, but we'll move on and make something of ourselves. A lesson Sawyer would do well to heed