Yesterday we had a nice time celebrating Father's day at our son Caleb's place with his wife Emily and our granddaughter Josephine Joy.
While visiting Caleb, Emily, and Josie I took a drive to a bookstore to look at their used books. I bought these two used books-
"A Temple of Texts" essays by William H. Gass
"Pursued By Furies: A Life of Malcolm Lowry" biography by Gordon Bowker
When I got back from visiting a bookstore we had supper and talked. We left around 6 o'clock PM because the granddaughters had to be in bed by 7 o'clock PM. This coming Wednesday Carol, Beth, Lou, Emily, and Josie might go to the zoo in Grand Rapids and then out for lunch. Beth and Lou leave early Thursday morning to fly back to their home in the Southwest Arizona.
I have been mainly reading lately, "Life Sentences: Literary Judgments And Accounts" essays by William H. Gass. I did start reading yesterday from a book titled, "Nobody's Perfect: Writings From The New Yorker " by Anthony Lane.
Today I plan to go once again to the Friends of the Library used books sale. I have no other plans for the day. I do not know what Carol, Beth, and Lou will do today. Existence keeps flowing by.