After visiting Lake Michigan and giving it my regards I visited thrift stores and found these used books-
'The Official Boy Scout Handbook' By William Bill Hillcourt in association with the Boy Scouts Of America
'Hitler's Niece' A Novel by Ron Hansen
'A Singular Man' A Novel by J P Donleavy
'The Origins Of The Urban Crisis: Race And Inequality In Postwar Detroit' by Thomas J. Sugrue
'Pinocchio In Venice' A Novel by Robert Coover
'The Better Angels Of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined' by Steven Pinker
So time has gone by. I am tired as usual. I did talk to Carol today. My wife is out in the Northwest till next week.
This morning I got up around 6:30 AM. I got up ate a bowl of cereal and messed with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary. I felt sleepy after writing in my diary so I dozed. When I woke myself up from a deep contemplative state it was 9:20 AM. I decided to get dress and drive out to Tunnel Park Lake Michigan and take some pictures.
There is not much else to write. Last night I read some of the novel, 'The Night Ocean' A Novel by Paul La Farge. I also read some of an essay by Elizabeth Hardwick titled 'The Decline Of Book Reviewing' from a new book titled, 'The Collected Essays Of Elizabeth Hardwick' Selected By Darryl Pinckney.
I will suppose I will close to face existence. There is no way out.