mens notebook


Also important for this list: The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner and “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. 

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you would have gone to hell for him
he would have stayed to burn with you


“Who are you?” he asked, as the stranger sat down on the creaky old chair beside his bed.

The man pulled the tags off his neck and gently placed them in his trembling hand. “Logan. This…it’s got my name on it, if you forget.”

He frowned as he looked from the haggard looking man to the object in his hand. Somehow, both the name and the metal reminded him of…something, dancing just beyond the fringes of his memory. 

“I don’t…I don’t remember…anything. Why don’t I remember?”

The stranger - Logan - looked sad, but unsurprised at his outburst. Instead of answering his question, he handed him an old, battered photo album and offered, “Let me tell you a story, from a long time ago.

“It was 1962 when Charles Xavier met a fellow mutant by the name of Erik Lehnsherr…”


Or, an X-Men version of ‘The Notebook’

June Journal Challenge Day 5 by journaling-junkie: List Some of Your Favorite Books

I kept thinking of different books I like and it ended up becoming more of a list of books (and a few plays) I heavily enjoyed reading, rather than just my favorites. I did, however, manage to narrow down my top 5:
(In no particular order)
1. “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck
2. “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton
3. “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury
4. “The Giver” by Lois Lowry
5. “Fried Green Tomatoes” by Fannie Flagg