Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Life is Full of Surprises

todAAy, i am grAAteful & thAAnkful

that you've joined me here today, to read this list

for a sponsee, who seems to be "getting it"

for my physical health and the choices I try to make for my emotional and spiritual health to improve

that living a life full of resentments is now old behaviour

to understand resentment prevention

that this morning, at the 6:30am AA meeting, we read part of "A Vision for You"; part of that reading included the statement, "I know more than ever I can't stop." That was what I said just a few days before I stopped.

"YOU ALWAYS FIND WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR IN THE LAST PLACE YOU LOOK"

6 comments:

Trudging said...

Too true! Today it was my driver license

sirreene said...

where was your driver's license Trudge in the blender? just wondering...cause that might just be one of the last places I may look for mine.

R.J. said...

How long does it take you to get to the last place? It always seems like I'm there but I never find what I'm looking for. Why can't we find it in a place not so near the end so we can at least enjoy it a little while longer? Questions, questions, questions.

Mr. H.K. said...

You are immortalized!

Cheers,

Mr. H.K.
Postcards from Hell's Kitchen
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doughgirl said...

a life of resentments is old behavior...yep yep.

its not an old behavior if Im living it ;)

soberInsanity said...

im baaaack. thanks for checking up. im feeling more like posting again. catching up on reading, too!

love, steph