September 3rd, 2019

demonically possessed cell phones

It is 1:44 PM Tuesday afternoon here in west Michigan. It is a hazy humid cloudy windy day. It rained this morning and it is suppose to rain some more before the end of the world.

I have had a normal day thus far. No one has fired a gun at me today, which is a miracle here in the States. People all over the place are pulling out their weapons and killing people they do not even know. My theory about all the mass shootings going on can be traced to cell phones. People are being programmed to commit murder by cell phones. The devil has taken over cell phones and when people put the cell phone near their ears a demon enters them. These demons take over people and command them to kill people. It is just a crazy theory of mine, demonically possessed cell phones.

I got up this morning around 7:35 AM. I left Ollie out of his crate and fed him. I then got myself a bottle of ice water and sat in our dining room seeking to wake up. I like waking up slowly and not having to do anything in the mornings.

Carol got home from work around 8:15 AM this morning. When she got home from work I was reading volume 7 of 'The Works of William Perkins'. Carol went to bed and I wrote in my paper diary.

Caleb came by around 12:30 PM to pick up Ollie and take him home. After Caleb left with his dog I left to go get bird seed for our birds. So has gone by existence. I have been reading today also from a book titled, 'Cold Warriors Writers Who Waged The Literary Cold War' by Duncan White.

Last night I finished reading the novel 'Nicotine' by Nell Zink and started reading her newest novel, 'Doxology'.

Carol is off tonight and goes back to work Friday night. Well I will close to write and read my books. It feels good to be free of Ollie. We love Ollie but he was a lot of work!


Tuesday Reads

Tuesday Reads

'Cold Warriors: Writers Who Waged The Literary Cold War' by Duncan White

'Hell And Good Company: The Spanish Civil War and the World It Made' by Richard Rhodes

'Nicotine' a novel by Nell Zink

'Doxology' a novel by Nell Zink

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

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

'The Divine Christ: Paul, The Lord Jesus, And The Scriptures Of Israel' by David B. Capes

'The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution, And Revenge' by Paul Preston

'Spain In Our Hearts: Americans In The Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939' by Adam Hochschild

'The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, And A Friendship Made And Lost In War' by James McGrath Morris
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