It is right now 6:57 PM Sunday evening here in West Michigan. Expect Carol to be home early from church, because a guest minister is suppose to preach tonight and usually those kind of sermons last 25 minutes. When I use to preach my sermons were around 45 minutes long. The ministers I use to sit under preached for an hour.
Carol and I both got up early and went to Denny's for breakfast. After breakfast we drove downtown to Reader's World Bookstore and got some more Sunday newspapers (Carol bought a children's book, but I did not see anything I wanted/I have too many books that ought to be read).
It has been a quiet Sunday. I mainly sat around the house reading my books, writing in my diary, talking to my wife, watching birds and messing with our main computer.
I have been reading this evening from a novel titled, 'Shadowbahn' by Steve Erickson. This morning I mainly read from a book titled, 'Introducing Medieval Biblical Interpretation: The Senses of Scripture in Premodern Exegesis' by Ian Christopher Levy. I also read today 'Night Walking: A Nocturnal History of London' by Matthew Beamont.
I sure this evening Carol and I will watch television and go to bed early. Tomorrow is a Monday.
Well I will close.