Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Reasons

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that my mother's speech therapist may request more time to work with her - this has big Medicare implications and that's a good thang

that 2 friends requested my presence yesterday - one who had read my post from the morning and one who had not

that I so rarely get mad at people any more

that I lost so little during my drinking years

that I'll never know what oppurtunites I didn't take advantage of during those years

that I found my journals from ages 16 and 17 years old - I may have to revise some things I thought I remembered (more to come)

that I completed painting 2 walls last night which will now require additional touch up work in other colors

I will also attempt a LARGE painting to cover the wall I just painted

that I am being visited by my nephew this morning at my home - he has never been to my home during his lifetime (26 years old) even though we live 5 miles apart

that James Frey ("A Million Little Pieces") is being exposed for what he truly is -- see what Jim and David have to say

IT'S OK NOT TO BE OK. PEOPLE DON'T COME TO AA BECAUSE THEY'RE OK.

7 comments:

NMAMFQLMSH said...

I'm O.K.
Are you O.K.
I see you O.K.
Is it O.K. that I see you?
JJ

Shannon said...

LOL JJ...

I am OK too because I am not OK and now that you say its OK... I am waaaaaay more OK with that... OK?

Tab said...

Hope your visit with your nephew goes well...or at least OK :)
great blog...love the fritter!
Tab

Boston B. said...

i haven't read 'a million little pieces' and from what i've heard i don't want to. thanks for your gratitude list, dave.

Mr. H.K. said...

Rarely getting mad at anyone anymore!?

Excellent!

Cheers,

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

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Naked Boy said...

I'll come and help you paint.

Mary Christine said...

Being OK is highly overrated. Especially when you really aren't.