March 17th, 2019

warped moral superiority of the American Left

It is 9:09 AM Sunday morning here where we live out the American nightmare. All around us is a turbulent death flow.

I got up this morning around 7 o'clock AM. All of sudden I am not sure what time I got up this morning. I just know when I got up it was not yet 7 o'clock AM because I had been thinking I might go downtown for breakfast this morning at the Wind Mill. But after getting up I made a decision just to stay home this morning and eat whatever I could find here for a morning meal. So I got up made a pot of coffee and ate a bowl of cereal. After breakfast I went downtown to Reader's World Bookstore to get a stack of Sunday newspapers. Carol told me yesterday while we were talking on the phone she wanted me to get Sunday newspapers today because of the coupons.

So I went downtown and got Sunday newspapers. I looked around the store at all the books but saw nothing that I wanted bad enough to blow a wad of money on. Plus maybe this coming Thursday if I go to Grand Rapids to pick up Carol I will visit bookstores. Right now I am sick of books. I have a TON to read presently!

I think I am getting to a place where I am stuffed and can't get any more words into my brain. I have a ton of shit to deal with these days. I need to sit in silence and pray for salvation before life comes crashing down on my head.

Yesterday around 4 o'clock PM I went down the street and hung out with Caleb, Emily, Josie and Cora. We had dinner and the we sat around and talked. I left their place around 6:30 PM and drove home. Carol had called while I was at Caleb and Emily's, so I called her back.

Well, I am falling asleep so I will close to doze. I had a very difficult time falling asleep last night. I do not think I fell asleep till around 1 o'clock AM. I also had weird dreams all night that woke me up couple of times.

Cora Leigh
Cora Leigh
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thrift store used books haul

thrift store used books haul

I forgot to show in this video the stacks of used books behind me. Behind me are seen stacked 48 volumes of the Nancy Drew Mysteries series, which I bought for my wife. My wife had a few of the Nancy Drew Mysteries volumes so I bought these 48 volumes for her to add the ones she already has in our library.

'Merry Men' A novel by Carolyn Chute

'The Means of Escape: Stories' by Penelope Fitzgerald With Two New Stories and an essay by A.S. Byatt

'The History Of Hell' non-fiction by Alice K. Turner

Forty Eight used volumes of 'The Nancy Drew Mystery Stories' by Carol Keene (bought these volumes for Carol)

'The Interior Castle' St. Teresa of Avila Translated and Introduction by Mirabai Starr

'Epitaph of a Small Winner' A novel by Machado De Assis Translated From The Portuguese By William L. Grossman

'White Crosses' A novel by Larry Watson

'The Book: A Cover-To-Cover Exploration Of The Most Powerful Object Of Our Time' by Keith Houston

'Memoirs of Hadrian a novel by Marguerite Yourcenar Followed by 'Reflections on the Composition of Memoirs of Hadrian' Translated from the French by Grace Frick in collaboration with the Author

'On The Beach' A novel by Nevil Shute

'Skylark Farm' A novel by Antonia Arslan Translated from the Italian by Geoffrey Brock

'Coningsby Or The New Generation' A novel by Benjamin Disraeli

'Zigzag Through The Bitter-Orange Trees' A novel by Ersi Sotiropoulos Translated by Peter Green

'Sex, Drugs, And Cocoa Puffs' essays by Chuck Klosterman

'The Petting Zoo' A novel by Jim Carroll

'Saul and Patsy' a novel by Charles Baxter

'Lost Man's River' a novel by Peter Matthiessen
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