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rabbinic literature abounds with feats of memory 
2nd-Jan-2014 11:37 am
It is 11:21 AM late Thursday morning in the flow of being alive in a world gone absolutely mad. It is a blessing to have the mind of Christ in this fallen world.

I got up this morning around 6:20 AM. When I got up I let Rudy out of his crate and made a pot of coffee. I messed with our main computer for awhile. Carol got up and I made us breakfast. She had to be at work around 8 o'clock AM this morning. She gets off from work at Noon today, she has been working extra because nurses are sick. One can always use some extra money.

At 8:55 AM I took Carol's car in for an oil change at a near by car repair shop. I read while the car was being serviced. I read this morning at the car shop from a book titled, "Paul and the Early Jewish Encounter with Deuteronomy" by David Lincicum. After getting an oil changed I went to the bank and got some money.

This morning I also visited a thrift store and also visited the library book nook. I found these used books today to ADD to our library-

"Painting in Britain 1530 to 1790" by Ellis Waterhouse [The Pelican History of Art]

"A Companion To Shakespeare Studies" Edited By H. Granville-Barker & G. B. Harrison

"The Right Stuff" a novel by Tom Wolfe

"Seasons At Eagle Pond" essays by Donald Hall

"Charlotte Gray" a novel by Sebastian Faulks

"Ann Vickers" a novel by Sinclair Lewis

"Maiden Castle" a novel by John Cowper Powys

So existence goes by. Last night we watched college football and went to bed around 10 o'clock PM.

music Raum "Event of Your Leaving"

I mainly read yesterday a book titled, "Max Perkins Editor of Genius" biography by A. Scott Berg.

Well I will close to drift.
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