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had to boil the rawhide they used to patch their moccasins 
25th-Sep-2014 04:58 pm
It is 4:47 PM Thursday early evening in the flow of His Story. I remember these words of the Lord Jesus, "Behold, He is coming with clouds, and every eye will see Him, even they who pierced Him. And all the tribes of the earth will mourn because of Him. Even so, Amen. "I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End," says the Lord God, "who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty."" Rev. 1:7,8.

This morning I left for the Herrick Public Library used books store around 9:35 AM. At the library used books store it was quiet today. I mainly read, "The Heartsong of Charging Elk" a novel by James Welch and wandered the store looking at the used books. I brought home these two used books from the book nook to ADD to our library-

"Aububon's Birds of America" Introduction and Descriptive Captions by Ludlow Griscom published in 1950 ( I plan to put this book next to a wonderful biography on the life and times of John James Audubon titled, "John James Audubon: The Making Of An American" by Richard Rhodes [Winner Of The Pulitzer Prize]. This is a great biography and I highly recommend it.)

"London" British History by John Russell (I collect books on the city of London, England. I also collect books on these world cities New York City New York, Paris, France, Mexico City, Mexico and London, England.)

I got home from the book nook around 1:20 PM ate lunch and wrote in my paper diary.

Carol got up around 2 o'clock PM and left for work around 3:45 PM. Tonight she works from 4 PM till Midnight. She is off tomorrow from work.

Since coming home from the library used books store I have really done nothing super important. Since I got up at the crack of dawn I am tired and do not feel like digging deep into my books. I will watch some TV tonight and go to bed early like I did last night.

Well I suppose I will close to listen to music and dream.
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