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we learn death leads to life 
12th-Mar-2019 01:15 pm
It is 1 o'clock PM Tuesday afternoon in the death flow. The sun is shining this afternoon, which is a miracle of Nature.

I have had thus far a normal day. Existence keeps drifting by at a even pace. This morning I left the house to pick up a prescription and to visit local thrift stores to search for used books for our library. I found these used books today-

'Once Were Warriors' A novel by Alan Duff

'Michelangelo & the Pope's Ceiling' non-fiction by Ross King

'Servants of the Map' Stories by Andrea Barrett

'The Seige Of Krishnapur' historical fiction by J.G. Farrell [New York Review Books Classics]

'The Closed Circle' A novel by Jonathan Coe

'Electricity' historical fiction by Victoria Glendinning

'Those Tremendous Mountains: The Story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition' by David Freeman Hawke

'Merry Men' A novel by Carolyn Chute

I thought of visiting more thrift stores, but once it gets Noon time it is time for me to be at home tending the chickens.

I got up this morning around 7:11 AM. I ate plastic waffles for breakfast. I messed with our main computer and then wrote in my paper diary. I read after writing in my paper diary from a book titled, 'Preaching Romans: Four Perspectives' Scot McKnight & Joseph B. Modica, editors.

Last night I watched some interview show and then some News around 10 o'clock PM. I went to bed around 11 o'clock PM, but could not fall asleep so I got up and messed with our main computer.

Now it is another day. Carol has not called me from out West today. I wonder what she is up to this morning. Well I will close. I have been reading since getting home from my travels from a book titled, 'Becoming the Gospel: Paul, Participation, and Mission' by Michael J. Gorman.
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