Lost in a Walker Percy Cosmos, Part 1

Posted by Sherry on 10/26/2013 in Adult Fiction, General, Literary fiction, LOST Project, Nonfiction |

A couple of months ago Eldest Daughter asked if I would like to accompany her to an academic conference in New Orleans in October. New Orleans in October with Eldest Daughter who is one of my favorite persons? Of course, I would love to go. Then, she told me the subject of the conference, “Still […]


Lots of LOST Thoughts; Probably More to Come

Posted by Sherry on 5/24/2010 in Church, Community, Fantasy Fiction, General, LOST Project, Projects, Television |

Idol or icon? LOST, Lord of the Rings, the books referenced in LOST, even the Bible itself can become idol rather than icon if we become enmeshed in the details of the stories or of the Word and never see through to the Author, to God Himself. It is possible to find True Truth in […]


LOST Rehash: Across the Sea

Posted by Sherry on 5/11/2010 in General, LOST Project, Projects, Television |

“Mom always liked you best!”–Tommy Smothers “Expectant moms, let that be a lesson to you: always choose more than one name, just in case.” –via Twitter “Just because you don’t understand something, that doesn’t mean it’s over your heads. It might just be gibberish.” –also via Twitter “In Stephen King’s first novel, Carrie, the main […]


LOST Rehash: Happily Ever After

Posted by Sherry on 4/6/2010 in General, LOST Project, Projects |

Wow! It’s been a long time since I’ve written a LOST rehash, and a lot has happened. But I’ve been watching; I didn’t give up LOST for Lent. So as far as Widmore is concerned, Desmond is the key to protecting the island and saving world. And Desmond is willing to follow whoever comes along […]


The Cain and Abel Motif

Posted by Sherry on 2/23/2010 in General, LOST Project, Projects, Television |

I’m setting these speculations to post on a Tuesday, the day that LOST airs in the U.S., but I am still on blog hiatus for Lent. My Cain and Abel thoughts may be outdated or superseded by events in the TV show by the time this post appears. Cain and Abel were the first brothers. […]


LOST Rehash: What Kate Does

Posted by Sherry on 2/9/2010 in LOST Project, Projects, Television |

Wow! LOST becomes Island of the Zombies. So, to start toward the beginning, this episode is called What Kate Does. In an episode in season two of LOST called What Kate Did, we found out that Kate blew up her biological father, Wayne, and that she has a step-father named Sam Austen. On the island […]


LOST Rehash: LA X

Posted by Sherry on 2/3/2010 in General, LOST Project, Projects, Television |

Antagonist: “They come, fight, they destroy, they corrupt. It always ends the same.” Jacob: “It only ends once. Anything that happens before that is just progress.” Antagonist aka Smokey aka Fake Locke aka Dark Suit aka Esau—if the writers would just provide a name for the guy I would be pleased. Are we making any […]


Sunday Salon: Twelve Projects for 2010

For the last couple of years, instead of resolutions, I’ve been thinking in terms of projects, lots of projects that I wanted to complete during the year. I wouldn’t say I was any more or less successful with my projects than most people are with resolutions, but I like the tradition anyway and plan to […]


LOST Anyone?

Posted by Sherry on 11/23/2009 in General, LOST Project, Projects, Television |

“ABC finally announced that the sixth and final season of Lost will debut on Feb. 2, 2010, starting with a one-hour recap special at 8 p.m. ET/PT, followed by the two-hour season premiere at 9. Lost will then air in its regular time period, Tuesdays at 9, beginning the following week, on Feb. 9.” So […]


The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula LeGuin

Posted by Sherry on 6/29/2009 in Fantasy Fiction, General, LOST Project, Projects |

lathe: a machine for shaping a piece of material, such as wood or metal, by rotating it rapidly along its axis while pressing a fixed cutting or abrading tool against it. The Lathe of Heaven is about dreams and dreaming, about playing God, and about getting by with a little help from my friends. It’s […]

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