March 5th, 2019

the Augustinian-Reformation tradition of interpretation

It is in the icy cold snow caked death flow 2:55 PM Tuesday afternoon. I am barely making it, but what can I do but keep breathing. In the end it is the Lord that keeps me going.

I got up this morning around 7 o'clock AM. Carol was up and gotten up around 3:15 AM. Right now Carol is sitting in the dining room messing with her cell phone.

So I got up this morning and made myself a portion of oatmeal for breakfast. Carol has already eaten food so she did not want any oatmeal. So I ate my oatmeal and then wrote in my paper diary.

Carol and I went grocery shopping this morning. Carol wanted to make sure I had food to eat while she is gone for two weeks out West. Carol leaves for the West early this coming Thursday morning. We still not sure how Carol will get the airport because she does not want to leave our car for two weeks at the airport garage. All we can do is see what happens. Life is filled with mysteries.

After Carol and I went to a grocery store we came home. I think when we got home it was going on 11 o'clock AM.

Carol left late this morning to visit Pam in Douglas and got home around 2 o'clock PM. I spent the morning reading my books, watching birds and dozing. Not much else to report in the Death Zone.

I suppose I should record what I have been reading today as I wait for it all to come crashing down-

'Paul and the Gift' by John M. G. Barclay

'The Epistle to the Romans' [The New International Greek Testament Commentary] by Richard N. Longenecker

Last night I hardly remember right now. Carol went to bed early and I went to bed around 10:35 PM. I read mainly last night 'Paul and the Gift' by John M. G. Barclay. As I wait for the end I am reading and studying the Epistle to the Romans.
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