I have had thus far a normal day. This morning I took in our car for an oil change. While at the car shop I read, "Paul's Divine Christology" by Chris Tilling. I got out of my library this morning to look at a volume titled, "Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study" by Gordon D. Fee.
Carol, Emily and Josie left this afternoon to go for a walk downtown Holland.
I am tired this afternoon. I do not feel like doing anything.
Last night I bought a used bike from one of our neighbors. I plan to get into riding this bike around the Wasteland.
Yesterday I mainly read, "Philip Larkin: A Writer's Life" biography by Andrew Motion and "The Complete Poems" Philip Larkin. We skyped last night our daughter Beth and our granddaughter Louisa Mae. Our son Josiah called and we talked to him for awhile. Hannah and Joe bought a new car. The Lord is good.
Emily and Josie came over for the day. Carol, Emily and baby Josie went for a walk downtown and to Windmill Island. I stayed home to write and read my books.
I could write more, but not in the mood.
I received in the mail this afternoon a used book I ordered titled, "Edith Sitwell: A Unicorn Among Lions" a biography by Victoria Glendinning. I have three other biographies written by Victoria Glendinning in our library.