I'm breathing rather well these days. I might try running around outside this evening or something.
I assembled our dining table. It's rather nice. I just need to put some finish on the chairs or something and we'll be all set. I've been saying this for quite some time.
We have a couch and a loveseat now, too. We don't have much else to do, either, to get the living room almost set up.
I just ate lunch and now I want a nap.
Somebody mentioned wanting to read Pagan Christianity based on somebody's recommendation. I did not recall, off the top of my head, exactly what the book was, as I had not read it, but I recalled from something or other that it grossly overstated its case and was quite inaccurate in its history. Upon looking it up, I see that I was understating my case. Of course, the book is rather narrowly pointed at American non-denominational low church evangelical protestants, apparently, though the authors would most likely not have very nice things to say to the rest of Christianity. But that's beside the point. The question is whether there is any way to inoculate people against foolish ideas about history.
Which reminds me: Mel Gibson does a lot of films with extremely crappy senses of history.
I had a burrito for lunch.
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