I better hurry up and write something because I feel myself fading fast. I got up this morning around 7:48 AM. When I got up I found Carol dressed for the day making another batch of peanut brittle.
Carol left this morning for a dentist appointment and to do some other errands after her dental appointment. I left to volunteer at our local library used books store The Book Nook around 9:40 AM. The Book Nook was busy today, but not helping people with their purchases I read some more of 'The Spiritual Canticle' by St John of the Cross. I bought these used books at the Book Nook used bookstore to add to our library-
The Jewish Annotated New Testament NRSV
'Charles Darwin: The Power Of Place' Volume II Of A Biography by Janet Browne
'Joseph Conrad: A Life' by Zdzislaw Najder translated by Halina Najder
'Lost Earth: A Life of Cezanne' biography by Philip Callow
'Letters Of Max Beerbohm 1892-1956' Edited By Rupert Hart-Davis
'Max a biography' by David Cecil (Max Beerbohm)
'Critical Essays on James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man'
'James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years' biography by Wayne Franklin
'Storyteller: The Authorized Biography Of Roald Dahl' by Donald Sturrock
'Sowing: An Autobiography Of The Years 1880-1904' by Leonard Woolf
'Growing: An Autobiography Of The Years 1904 To 1911' by Leonard Woolf
'Beginning Again: An Autobiography Of The Years 1911-1918' by Leonard Woolf
'Downhill All The Way: An Autobiography Of The Years 1919 To 1939' by Leonard Woolf
'The Journey Not The Arrival Matters: An Autobiography Of The Years 1939 To 1969' by Leonard Woolf
So Time keeps going by. I am tired so I will close to feel wasted. I plan to just drift this afternoon. Last night is now a lost memory.