I have had a typical day thus far. I have no divine right to complain about our existence. I had a normal morning for being old and exhausted. I wrote in my paper diary this morning and then read the Bible The Book of Exodus Old Testament. After reading The Good Book I read from a book titled, 'Biblical Theology According to the Apostles: How the earliest Christian told the story of Israel' by Chris Bruno, Jared Compton, & Kevin McFadden.
Around 10 o'clock AM I left the house to visit local thrift stores in search of used books to ADD to our library. I found these used books today-
'Bad Behavior' Stories by Mary Gaitskill
'Cathedral' Stories by Raymond Carver
'Landor's Tower or The Imaginary Conversations' Nonfiction by Iain Sinclair
'Thames: The Biography' by Peter Ackroyd
'Look at the Dark' A Novel by Nicholas Mosley
'Another Life' A Memoir of Other People by Michael Korda
I was home from my travels around 11:15 AM. I ate lunch and then wrote some more in my paper diary. I also cataloged the used books I purchased this morning into my LibraryThing site. Before sitting down to write HERE I read some more of 'The Life of Samuel Johnson' by James Boswell.
Last night I read till Midnight from a novel titled, 'Baron Wenckheim's Homecoming' by Laszlo Krasznahorkai.
Well, there is not much else to report as we experience a world-wide OVID-19 plague. I will close to feel wasted. Tomorrow is a Sunday in the death flow. The last Sunday of August 2020.