Crooked Finger (crookedfingers) wrote,
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the whole creation declares God's praise

It is 4:20 PM late Saturday afternoon in the Death Flow. I just got up from a short nap. I need some shut eye if I was going to make it. There is a college football playing on TV behind me. I am really not in the right state of mind to watch college football. I am tired.

This morning before I left for the library book nook Carol called me. I left for the book nook around 9:30 AM. At the library I checked out a book titled, "Rightful Heritage: Franklin D. Roosevelt And The Land Of America" by Douglas Brinkley. The book nook was not busy so to keep myself awake I wandered the store and read from a book titled, "Hermeneutics as Apprenticeship: How the Bible Shapes Our Interpretive Habits and Practices" by David I. Starling. I brought home one used book from the book nook to add to our library titled, "Nobody Is Ever Missing" a novel by Catherine Lacey.

When I got home from the book nook around 1:20 PM I ate lunch and wrote in my paper diary. Existence keeps on decaying. The sun has been shining all day.

Well there is nothing else to report so I will close to feel wasted. Tomorrow is the last Sunday of September 2016.

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