It is 2:43 PM Monday afternoon on a cold windy sunny day. I thought I should write something before taking a doze. I for some unknown reason feel quite sleepy this afternoon. Yesterday I felt wide awake all day which is extremely rare for me. I usually feel exhausted and not feeling awake. I sometimes think it would be cool to go through life asleep. Why stay awake in a dead world? Good question to ask someone outside a pizza parlor.
I got up this morning which was a good sign I am still alive. I got up made myself a portion of oatmeal for breakfast. I ate my oatmeal messing with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and then made a video for my Booktube channel.
This morning I volunteered at our local library used books store The Book Nook from 10 o'clock AM till 1 o'clock PM. The store was not busy so I wandered the store and read from a book titled, 'Nervous States: Democracy And The Decline Of Reason' by William Davies. I brought home from the Book Nook these used items-
'D H Lawrence's Paintings' Art Book Introduction By Keith Sagar
'Hippie Food: How Back-To-The-Landers, Longhairs and Revolutionaries, Changed the Way We Eat' by Jonathan Kauffman
'Snow In August' a novel by Pete Hamill
'Kennedy's Wars-Berlin,Cuba,Laos, And Vietnam' by Lawrence Freedman
'The Diary of Virginia Woolf-Volume Four 1931-1935' Edited by Anne Olivier Bell
'Running On Empty' a record by Jackson Browne
'The Rite of Spring' Stravinsky a record Pierre Monteux Paris Conservatory Orchestra
'Short Sharp Shocked' a CD recording by Michelle Shocked
When I got home I found an empty home. Carol is out West till the 24th of March. I ate lunch and wrote in my paper diary. Not much else to record.
Last night I think I read late into the night from a novel titled, 'The Age Of Light' by Whitney Scharer. I also read last night from another novel titled, 'Thomas Murphy' by Roger Rosenblatt.
I will close to feel sick. Something I ate upset my stomach at lunch time this afternoon. I am full of deadly gas.
- Music:Masstiff 'Plague'