It is in the ongoing death flow 11:38 AM Saturday afternoon. It is another humid cloudy day here in west Michigan. It is still wet and not dry. I need to mow our lawn, but the grass is wet. Also I am not in the mood or physical condition to do lawn work. I still feel sick inside and outside.
I got up this morning around 6:10 AM. Weird dreams woke me up, so I got up to face it. There was no way to not escape waking up. So I got up messed with my lap top computer (Carol and I have been sleeping down here in the lower level while we have visitors.) Carol woke up while I was on my lap top. We both went upstairs to face existence on that level of reality. I made oatmeal for Carol and I for a morning meal.
This morning I read from these books for morning worship-
'Canonical Theology: The Biblical Canon, Sola Scriptura, and Theological Method' by John C. Perkham
'The Love of God: A Canonical Model' by John C. Peckham
The morning has gone by in a blur. Carol and I did leave the house this morning to buy more food for our visitors. While out running around the Wasteland food gathering we stopped at a local thrift store so I could look at their used books. I found these used books to add to our library today-
'Man and Superman' a play by Bernard Shaw
'Mothers and Sons' Stories by Colm Toibin
'Ever Since Darwin-Reflections In Natural History' by Stephen Jay Gould
'Being Shelley: The Poet's Search for Himself' a biography by Ann Wroe
So time keeps crawling by on broken legs. Last night is a blur so I won't attempt to summarize it this morning. Yesterday I mainly read when possible from a novel titled, 'The Queen of the Night' by Alexander Chee.
I do not know what Carol, Caleb, Emily, Josie, Cora, Josiah, Hannah, and Marika are going to do this afternoon. I am still recovering from my illness, so I plan to seek healing.
I did pre-order last night a book titled, 'Theodicy of Love: Cosmic Conflict and the Problem of Evil' by John C. Peckham.
I will close to sweat it out in the iron cage.
Music:The Body 'I have fought against it, But I can't any longer.'