'Fear Itself: The New Deal and the Origins of Our Time' American History by Ira Katznelson
'The Negro In The Civil War' by Benjamin Quarles
'Nine Lives: Mystery, Magic, Death, And Life In New Orleans' memoir by Dan Baum
'History of the United State of America during the Administrations of Thomas Jefferson' by Henry Adams [the Library Of America]
'The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966' a novel by Richard Brautigan
'Myths And Modern Man' by Barbara Stanford with Gene Stanford
'Marx's Concept of Man' by Erich Fromm
'Lynch on Lynch' edited by Chris Rodley
'Triumvirate: The Story of The Unlikely Alliance That Saved The Constitution And United The Nation' by Bruce Chadwick
'The Tooth Fairy' by Graham Joyce
'Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days Of The Soviet Empire' by David Remnick
'American Jennie: The Remarkable Life of Lady Randolph Churchill' biography by Anne Sebba
'Sevenneves' a novel by Neal Stephenson
It is 9:45 PM Saturday night in the hurricane flow. I suppose I should write an official diary entry before a new week starts tomorrow.
I got up this morning around 6:33 AM this morning. I got up got a pot of coffee ready to make and ate a bowl of cereal as I messed with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and then I did nothing till Carol got home from work. At least I can not remember doing anything this morning after I wrote in my paper diary. I was not in the right state of being to read my religious books this morning.
Carol got home late from work this morning because she went to some sale at a local Christian school. She went to bed late because Beth called from Denver to have a face to face on Carol's cell phone.
I basically spent day reading my books and writing in my paper diary. Not much happened today. I have been mainly reading this evening a novel I started reading titled, 'About Schmidt' a novel by Louis Begley. I also read today these books when not wandering the house, 'The Decameron' by Boccaccio, 'Isaiah Berlin: A Life' by Ignatieff, and 'The Book of Disquiet' Complete Edition by Fernando Pessoa.
Carol is at work tonight. I suppose I will close to read and go to bed early. Tomorrow is a new week. Next week Friday we will be in the middle of the month of September. Existence is blowing by like a hurricane.