I got up around 7:55 AM this morning. I got woke up around 4 o'clock AM with another severe pain in the middle of my chest so I had to get up and eat something. It seems once I eat something the pain slowly goes away. These attacks of pain must be one of the many side effects of having my gallbladder taken out. Tomorrow I have a doctor's appointment and I will mention these attacks to the doctor who operated on me. Hopefully the doctor can suggest something to take to take away these pain attacks.
So I was up around 4 o'clock AM in the morning. I ate some food made myself toast and oatmeal. I messed with our main computer and decided to go back to bed since there was nothing else to do. Now I am back up to face the light of day. There is no way out/no way of escape/trapped in a golden cage.
Last night I basically wandered the house like a chicken with her head cut off, read the novel "The Book Of Strange New Things" by Michel Faber and watched television. I went to bed around 10 o'clock PM. I remember during the night before having a pain attack having a spiritual dream.
I do not know what I will do with myself today since right now I feel wasted. I am still getting over my gallbladder surgery. I do need to get money out of the bank and go to a grocery store this morning to buy milk.
Well I will close to feel at a complete loss.
I did get out to read this morning in my exhausted state these two books.
"'Return to Me' A Biblical Theology of Repentance" by Mark J. Boda
"Luke" New Testament III Reformation Commentary On Scripture
The other day I pre-ordered from Amazon a book titled, "Conversion in Luke-Acts: Divine Action, Human Cognition, and the People of God" by Dr. Joel B. Green. I have in my library several books by Joel B. Green. I won't mention all the books I have by Dr. Green just the ones on the Gospel of Luke since that is what I have been meditating on the last several months in my state of exile.
"The Gospel of Luke" (The New International Commentary On The New Testament) by Joel B. Green
"The Theology Of The Gospel Of Luke" (New Testament Theology) by Joel B. Green
Well I will close to drift into a sea of nothingness. Life is one big joy ride so hang on and do not scream to loudly.