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September 12th, 2018 
It is in the death flow 10:38 AM Wednesday morning here in west Michigan. It is a nice sunny morning here in Deathville. God is good!

I got up this morning around 6:15 AM. I got up warmed up a cup of coffee and then messed with our main computer. Every page of world history is soaked in human blood. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and read till Carol got home from work. Carol went to bed for the day around 9:23 AM and I continue to read from these two books for morning worship-

'Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition' by Hans Boersma

'A Treatise On True Theology' By Franciscus Junius Translated By David C. Noe Introduction By Willem J. Van Asselt

I have no plans for the day ahead of me. I will stay home and wait out Time. Carol works again tonight and then is off for a couple of days.

Last night I filmed a video for my Youtube channel and read from a book titled, 'The Unexpected Professor: An Oxford Life In Books' memoir by John Carey. I also read yesterday late afternoon from a book titled, 'Unfabling The East: The Enlightenment's Encounter with Asia' by Jurgen Osterhammel Translated by Robert Savage.

I do not know what else to report so I will close to face what comes next.

'Havoc' a novel by Tom Kristensen Translated from the Danish by Carl Malmberg

'The Unexpected Professor: An Oxford Life In Books' a memoir by John Carey

'Unfabling The East: The Enlightenment's Encounter with Asia' by Jurgen Osterhammel

'American Tabloid' a novel by James Ellroy (I already had this novel but my copy was a paperback, this edition I found today was a nice hardback with a slipcover)

'The Hand: How Its Use Shapes The Brain, Language, And Human Culture' non-fiction by Frank R. Wilson

'India Calling: An Intimate Portrait Of A Nation's Remaking' non-fiction by Anand Giridaradas

'Three Delays' a novel by Charlie Smith

'Schmidt Steps Back' a novel by Louis Begley
03:18 pm - VanRaalte Farm
This afternoon I forced myself to go for a walk at VanRaalte Farm county park. This park is only about a five minute drive from our house. I have been walking at VanRaalte for many years and therefore find it boring to walk there. At this county park I see the same old things and there is nothing new to take photos of except the change of seasons or the way the light falls. So I drove over to VanRaalte and walked taking photos. Everything was extremely dry and there were a ton of mosquitoes!

On the way home from VanRaalte I visited a thrift store and found two used books to add to our library-

'Washington Story' a novel by Adam Langer

'The Hotel' a novel by Elizabeth Bowen

I also bought a used CD by the Foo Fighters 'There Is Nothing Left To Lose'. Now I am home recovering from my walk.

VanRaalte Farm

VanRaalte Farm

VanRaalte Farm

VanRaalte Farm

VanRaalte Farm

VanRaalte Farm
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