Ollie the dog is laying next to my feet. He is use to going to bed early, whereas I stay up to at least 11 o'clock PM. Caleb and Emily are usually in bed by 8 o'clock PM each night. They put to bed Josie and Cora by 7:30 PM. So here I sit waiting for my present recent video to down load.
I have been reading this evening, 'Ducks, Newburyport' a novel by Lucy Ellmann. Not much else going on this evening news worthy. Carol went to work tonight. She had face time on her cell phone with our daughter Bethany and the grandkids Lou, Marn, and Jack this evening. Andy Beth's husband comes home early Friday morning from California. Andy is a an engineer and is working on a dam project in Sacramental, California this week. My youngest sister lives in the Sacramental area.
Well, I will close to feel sick. I am tired of all the shit.
'Ducks, Newburyport' a novel by Lucy Ellmann
'Garrets and Pretenders:a History of Bohemianism in America' by Albert Parry
'American Moderns: Bohemian New York And The Creation Of A New Century' by Christine Stansell
'Norman Mailer: A Double Life' biography by J. Michael Lennon
'Raymond Carver: A Writer's Life' by Carol Sklenicka
'The Twilight Of The Intellectual: Culture And Politics In The Era Of The Cold War' by Hilton Kramer
'The Long March-How the Cultural Revolution of the 1960's Changed America' by Roger Kimball
'Killing Commendatore' a novel Haruki Murakami
'Participating in Christ: Explorations in Paul's Theology and Spirituality' by Michael J. Gorman
'Reformed Ethics: Created, Fallen, And Converted Humanity' Volume 1 by Herman Bavinck Edited By John Bolt
'High Life Low Morals-The Duel that Shook Stuart Society' by Victor Stater
'17 Carnations-The Royals, The Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-up in History' by Andrew Morton
'Day of the Bees' a novel by Thomas Sanchez