Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Changing

i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that my Mom was feeling much better yesterday, emotionally

to have a lifelong family friend (of my parents) who wants to assist my sister and I in ironing out the medical questions and logistics involved with permanent nursing facilities

for a day off

for a visit from a friend who is willing to listen to my crap

that I have not had a blackout since I stopped drinking - there seems to be a connection there

that I'm able to go through whatever I have to go through without having to go through a bar

QUESTION: How many alcoholics does it take to change a lightbulb?
ANSWER: Change?

8 comments:

Rex said...

hahhhaaahahahaaha....great joke!

DayvudD said...

Dave, when are we doing coffee? Call me!

joey said...

"a visit from a friend who is willing to listen to my crap"

Isn't that the best!

NMAMFQLMSH said...

was that you i was listening to?
I see you,
JJ

Shannon said...

well I am glad that you and sis have someone to help.. it can be so overwhelming... hope youir day si great,

Mary Christine said...

Only one, but the lightbulb really has to want to change.

lash505 said...

Ha ha very good. AA jokes are good over coffee.

castor said...

Funny joke :-) I've found another lightbulb joke in the net:
"Q. How many voyeurs does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. Only one, but they'd much rather watch someone else do it."

Yes, Daave, you will go through whatever you have to go by your own power!
Best wishes,
Castor