Monday, February 06, 2006

Where it stops, nobody knows

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that after I post this and go to my morning meeting, I'm taking Mom to her home so she can find me some information I could not locate; I know that after about 3 hours away from her bed, she'll be exhausted

for some really nice AA meetings over the weekend

for a good first-meeting with my new sponsee

that Willingness can take me to good places I've never been before

to realize first-hand, for the first time, that a little bit of my fear of talking to strangers has gone away

that I finally posted one of my favorite writings, THERE COMES A TIME, onto my alternate blog

for a lot of help from this guy, who well-hung my new drapes yesterday

that I even watched bits and pieces of the Super Bowl (but didn't really care)

Two things a man should never be angry at: what he can help, and what he cannot help.
-Thomas Fuller

7 comments:

Mary Christine said...

Sounds like a couple of good days.

sirreene said...

I think you meant this well-hung guy who put up your new drapes yesterday.

Scott W said...

Sirreene, you sooooo bad.

NMAMFQLMSH said...

How was your breakfast?
I see you,
JJ

Sam said...

"to realize first-hand, for the first time, that a little bit of my fear of talking to strangers has gone away"
I relate to this! Progress...

Alexis said...

There Comes a Time is pretty inspiring, thank you for sharing.

Trudging said...

It does sound like a good solid couple of days.