Crooked Finger (crookedfingers) wrote,
Crooked Finger

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the opposition of solar consciousness and lunar consciousness

It is now in the flow of this day in West Michigan 4:38 PM. I just put away my paper diary for the day. Tomorrow we will be in the middle of the month. Before you know it it will be October 2015/the 10th month of the Year 2015.

I left the house this morning around 10:30 AM to take Rudy for a walk and to visit thrift stores. I took Rudy for a short walk at Window on the Waterfront Holland City Park. After walking Rudy I visited thrift stores in search of used books to ADD to our library. I only found five used books today-

"Someone To Watch Over Me" Stories by Richard Bausch

"The Tin Drum" a novel by Gunter Grass

"Strange Angels" a novel by Jonis Agee

Jonis Agee

"The Chief: The Life of William Randolph Hearst" biography by David Nasaw

"A Star Called Henry" a novel by Roddy Doyle

While out I stopped at Burger King for lunch and then came home. When I got home it was 12:05 PM too late in the day for me to drive to South Haven to visit Black River Books/maybe tomorrow I will get in the mood for a road trip. I decided to mow the lawn, so I did that chore. After mowing the lawn I took a hot shower. When I came upstairs there was a message on the phone from Carol. I called back and she was at a library with Louisa looking at their used books and wanted to know if there was any author I had been searching for. I asked her to look at the used biographies. As she was looking Lou went nuts so Carol had to hang up/Lou was out of control and Carol needed to deal with her/she said she would call me this evening.

In spent the afternoon hours reading "William Gaddis" Expanded Edition Steven Moore and writing in my paper diary. In the mail I received a used book I had ordered titled, "A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia" by Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari (Translated by Brian Massumi). This book is a companion volume to the book "Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia" by Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari.

So the day has gone by. Not much else to write about so I will close to drift into the darkness.

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