It is a bright sunny Summer morning here by Lake Michigan. It is 58 degrees this morning. I am thinking of taking a walk this morning out at just lost my memory. I can not remember the place I am thinking of taking a walk this morning. I am becoming forgetful. I am losing my ability to remember simple things. Weird. I remember now the place Outdoor Discovery Center is where I might go for a walk. Or I might now go for a walk but stay here and dream of a perfect American life. I sometimes wonder if I am living too much in a fantasy world. The real world is such a bummer. The real world I find to be very ugly.
I got up this morning around 7 o'clock AM. I made a pot of coffee and messed with our main computer (I hate this main computer lately because it is acting sick.) After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and have been reading "Time Of Need: Forms Of Imagination In The Twentieth Century" by William Barrett.
My wife has come home from work and gone to bed. She has to work today from 4 PM till 8 PM, so she will be up around 3 o'clock PM today.
Well I suppose I will close to drift. I got out this morning my Albert Camus collection.
"The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays" by Albert Camus [Translated from the French by Justin O'Brien
"The Stranger" a novel by Albert Camus [Translated from the French by Matthew Ward]
"The Plague" a novel by Albert Camus [Translated From The French By Stuart Gilbert]
"The Fall" A Novel by Albert Camus [Translated by Justin O'Brien]
"The Rebel: An Essay on Man in Revolt" by Albert Camus [A revised and complete translation of L' Homme Revolte by Anthony Bower]
"The Possessed" A Play by Albert Camus
"Lyrical And Critical Essays" by Albert Camus [Edited by Philip Thody Translated by Ellen Conroy Kennedy]
"Albert Camus: The Invincible Summer" biography by Albert Maquet
"Albert Camus: A Biography" by Herbert R. Lottman