I spent the afternoon hours reading from a book titled, "Language For God In Patristic Tradition" by Mark Sheridan. I laid down for a nap around 2 o'clock PM and woke up around 4 o'clock PM. I took my daily hot shower and then got out to read a book titled, "Journals 1952-2000" by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.. I read and then wrote in my paper diary for the last time today.
Carol got up and then got ready to go back to Covenant PCA. Carol mentioned me today she is planning on driving over to Grand Rapids in the morning to visit Emily and Josephine at their new apartment. Emily has to be there for the Internet connection guy to install internet service for them. I do not plan to go with Carol since I see no reason to. Carol has to come home immediately because she works tomorrow night. If Carol was off tomorrow then I would go because then we could go out for lunch someplace and visit bookstores. Since Carol works tomorrow night there is no time to hang-out in Grand Rapids after visiting Emily and Josie.
Today is our oldest son's birthday, Caleb is now 34 years old. He is suppose to fly into Grand Rapids this week from Boston, but maybe the bad winter storm hitting the Northeast might prevent that from happening.
I do not know what I will do tonight. I suppose I will close to drift. I will go sit in the dark till Carol gets home from church. I have no desire to conquer the world. I remember the words of the Lord Jesus Christ to His disciples before His exodus, "These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation, but be of good cheer: I have overcome the world" John 16:33.