I had a super quiet day reading my books, watching birds around our bird feeder and writing in my paper diary.
The biggest chore I did today was cook turkey burgers for my wife to take to work for meals. Not much happened today to carry me off into another world of excitement. I plan to go to bed early tonight. I stopped watching television at night pretty much. I have these secular books to read if I need something to do at night-
"Coin Locker Babies" a novel by Ryu Murakami ( I am flying through this novel and should be finish with it before the month comes to an end)
"Monkey's Uncle" a novel by Jenny Diski (I am almost finish reading this novel)
"Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up with Hunter S. Thompson" a memoir by Juan F. Thompson
"Stars Seen In Person: Selected Journals" by the poet John Wieners
"Living on Paper: Letters From Iris Murdoch 1934-1995" Edited By Avril Horner & Anne Rowe
"Nabokov In America: On The Road To Lolita" biography by Robert Roper
"House Of Leaves" a novel by Mark Z. Danielewski
"The Good Apprentice" a novel by Iris Murdoch (I am almost finish reading this novel)
"City On Fire" a novel by Garth Risk Hallberg (I am half way through this 903 page novel)
"The Wallcreeper" a novel by Nell Zink
"Mislaid" a novel by Nell Zink
"Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl" A Memoir by Carrie Brownstein
Lately I have been out of it due to the winter blues. I am spaced. Out somewhere else lately mentally.
I am still trying to read these religious books for morning worship-
"Moral Reflections on the Book of Job" Volume 1 Preface and Books 1-5) by Gregory the Great Translated by Brian Kerns
"Alone with God" by Dom Jean Leclercq
"The Pastor As Public Theologian: Reclaiming a Lost Vision" by Kevin Vanhoozer & Owen Strachan
"Theology and the Mirror of Scripture: A Mere Evangelical Account" by Kevin J. Vanhoozer & Daniel J. Treier
"Commentary On The Psalms" 2 volumes in 1 by J.J. Stewart Perowne
"Psalms 1-72" Old Testament VII Reformation Commentary On Scripture
I am always reading or meditating on the holy Scriptures. I love the Word of God the Bible.
So it is now in the snow flow 8:32 PM Tuesday night. I will close to wander my cell. "But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us" Romans 5:8
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