I have had a normal morning thus far. Not much has happened since I got out of bed this morning. I got up this morning around 6:40 AM. I got up cooked myself oatmeal for breakfast. I messed with our main computer and then ate my oatmeal while still on the computer. After breakfast I wrote in my paper diary and read throughout the morning.
Carol got home from work around 9:10 AM. After work she went downtown and got Sunday newspapers and then went to a grocery store to get a few food items. Right now she is sleeping and now has two weeks off from work.
I have no plans for the day ahead of me. I thought about going for a walk, but I am too tired. These days my energy level is almost zero.
Last night I listened to music, messed with our main computer and watched a taped television show. I went to bed around 11 o'clock PM. Now it is another day. We are in the middle of the month already.
Yesterday I did leave the house to visit local thrift stores in search of used books to ADD to our library. I found these used books-
'House Of Rain: Tracking A Vanished Civilization Across The American Southwest' by Craig Childs
'Understanding Thomas Jefferson' biography by E. M. Halliday
'But Enough About You: Essays' by Christopher Buckley
'The Association Of Small Bombs' a novel by Karan Mahajan
'Pox: An American History' nonfiction by Michael Willrich
'Harry Truman and the Crisis Presidency' by Bert Cochran
'The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond The White House' by Douglas Brinkley
I read yesterday when not dwelling on the COVID-19 Pandemic 'Before The Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus' by Rick Perlstein. This morning besides reading from the New York Times Sunday newspaper I read from a book titled, 'Canon, Covenant and Christology: Rethinking Jesus and the Scriptures of Israel' by Matthew Barrett.
I will close to drift into the afternoon hours.