August 2nd, 2014

the procession of the Holy Spirit

It is 2:08 PM Saturday afternoon in the flow of existence. I am really not in the mood to write about my life. It is kind of crazy that I would think that my life is worth writing about in LJ. But I have always maintained that my life is ordinary and not worth writing about. Anyway, I better hurry up and write something before I pass out from exhaustion.

I volunteered today at the library book nook from 10 AM till 1 PM. When I got home I ate lunch and then wrote in my paper diary.

While volunteering at the book nook I read, "Lost in the Forest" a novel by Sue Miller. I brought home from the book nook a used book to add to our book collection titled, "E=MC2: A Biography Of The World's Most Famous Equation" by David Bodanis.

I have one other novel by Sue Miller in our library titled, "The World Below". I plan to keep looking for the novels of Sue Miller when I am at thrift stores and used books sales. I decided to read Miller's novel "Lost in the Forest" as a break from reading heavy Mystical Theology. I should get back into reading my books on the Gospel of John next week.

I have no plans for the rest of the day. I decided I am not in the mood to mow our lawn today. Maybe I will mow our lawn next week if I am still alive.

Last night I watched a movie on our Amazon Prime titled, "The Paperboy" and went to bed around Midnight. I was up this morning around 8 o'clock AM. Last night I mainly read from a book titled, "Anselm of Havelberg Anticimenon: On the Unity of the Faith and the Controversies with the Greeks" Translated by Ambrose Criste, OPRaem and Carol Neel.

Well I will close to feel wasted. No way out.

(The movie "The Paperboy" was based on a novel titled, "The Paperboy" by Pete Dexter. I collect the writings of Pete Dexter. Here is a list of the novels I have by Dexter in our library.

"God's Pocket" a novel by Pete Dexter

"Paris Trout" a novel by Pete Dexter

"Brotherly Love" a novel by Pete Dexter

"Train" a novel by Pete Dexter

"The Paperboy" a novel by Pete Dexter)

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