August 6th, 2014

who flows into her

It is 9:16 AM Wednesday morning in the flow of existence. Carol, Beth and Lou just left to go to the Holland Farmer's Market. I have been up since 5:10 AM and feel tired. Carol and I woke up because we could hear in Beth's bedroom Louisa talking to herself in her crib.

I got up made a pot of coffee and then messed with our main computer.

The morning has gone by normal. I do not expect to be in my normal flow while we have Beth and Lou visiting us. It is time for me to just go with the flow.

This morning I wrote in my paper diary and read "The Roads To Zion Mourn" by Hugh of Balma. I might visit local thrift stores this morning and mow our lawn this afternoon.

Beth skyped Andy this morning so he could see his little baby girl Louisa.

Last night I read some more of the book, "Expelled from Eden: A William T. Vollmann Reader" and watched some television. We went to bed around 10 o'clock PM. Now it is another day.

Well I suppose I will close to sit and wait for the next thing.

Carol & Lou
Carol & Louisa Mae

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  • Current Music
    The Rosebuds "Sand + Silence"

unitive love reveals hidden things and unlocks secrets

It is 2:40 PM Wednesday afternoon. The day goes by. Everyone was back from the Farmer's Market around 10:30 AM. when Carol, Beth, and Lou got home I was sitting in our living room listening to music Indian "The Unquiet Sky".

Carol left for a class at the hospital around 10:55 AM. I talked to Beth for awhile and then left to visit local thrift stores to look at used books. I found these used books today to add to our library.

"Death Of A River Guide" a novel by Richard Flanagan

"Layer Cake" a novel by J. J. Connolly

"Daughter Of Fortune" a novel by Isabel Allende

I found these two used books to give to the library book nook to be sold.

"Snow In August" a novel by Pete Hamill

"Nobody's Fool" a novel by Richard Russo

When I got home from thrift stores Carol was home from the hospital. I ate lunch and then decided to mow our lawn. So has gone by existence today. Now I am down in the lower level writing in my blogs and recovering from doing yard work.

wildflower
  • Current Music
    Indian "The Unquiet Sky"