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crookedfingers
August 17th, 2019 
It is 11:03 AM late Saturday morning here in Holland Michigan. My wife grew up here in Holland Michigan. Holland is a college town and also people from Chicago come here to get away from the noise of a big city.

I am having a normal day thus far. I got up this morning around 6:30 AM. I woke up to a cool house because last night I shut up the house and turned on the central air system. I made myself a portion of oatmeal for breakfast and ate my mush messing with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and have been reading 'The Works of William Perkins' Volume 7.

Carol got home late from work because she went to a grocery store after work. She is now sleeping, she works tonight and tomorrow night.

I am still feeling sick with a head cold. I am also in a bad mood. I am sick of everything. I am tired. I need healing in my left shoulder.

Last night after Carol left for work I filmed a video and then watched Amazon Prime on Edith Wharton. I went to bed around 11 o'clock PM last night. I did not sleep soundly due to feeling sick and my left should being in pain.

There is not much else to report this morning. I plan to drift through the day. I will close to look at a book titled, 'The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton And The Victorian World' by Dane Kennedy.


Humanoid History

November 30, 2005: "Sir Richard Burton, one of the most intriguing figures of Victorian Era Great Britain, who was a daring adventurer, prolific writer, prodigious linguist and translator of "The Arabian Nights" and "Kama Sutra," was the subject of a book talk at the Library of Congress. Historian Dane Kennedy discussed his new book "The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton and the Victorian World." The program was sponsored by the Center for the Book as part of the Books & Beyond series."

Center for the Book: http://www.loc.gov/cfb

(2005) The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton and the Victorian World. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/webcast-383


Saturday Night Reads

'Doing Theology With The Reformers' by Gerald L. Bray

'The Path Of Christianity: The First Thousand Years' by John Anthony McGuckin

'The Works Of William Perkins' Volume 7 Edited By Shawn D. Wright And Andrew S. Ballitch

'Hamlet's Mill: An Essay Investigating The Origins Of Human Knowledge And Its Transmission Through Myth' by Giorgio De Santillana & Hertha Von Dechend

'Mencken: The American Iconoclast' biography by Marion Elizabeth Rodgers

'American Moderns: Bohemian New York and the Creation of a New Century' by Christine Stansell
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