This is the little notebook published by Cavallini & Co. from San Fransisco. I bought it in 2007 from a little stationary store in Oak Brook, Illinois, because I wanted to keep track of my daily Bible reading.
There’s a schedule of readings for every day which I’ve copied down inside its pages. After I’ve completed the reading, I make a little tic by the margin because I like order. Almost compulsively.
Here’s the page for April, fuzzy as it may be:
Here’s the notebook on top of my Bible on my nightstand. The translation I’m currently reading is NIV (New International Version), but I have to say I like the NKJV (New King James Version) the best. It’s not as tricky as the original King James, but not as ‘slang’ sounding as the Living. The Paraphrased Living Bible is the first translation I ever read, in the summer of 1973. For a smooth read, and easy understanding, there’s nothing better.