"I realized I had to separate my sobriety from everything else that was going on in my life. No matter what happened or didn't happen. I couldn't drink. In fact, none of these things that I was going through had anything to do with my sobriety; the tides of life flow endlessly for better or worse, both good and bad, and I cannot allow my sobriety to become dependent on these ups and downs of living. Sobriety must live a life of its own."
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, Fourth Edtion, pages 450, 451
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
that onions have an infinite number of layers
that Scott and David weren't hurt during their April police chase
for a nice talk with a really sweet-hearted guy while drinking a tall coffee @ Starbuck's
that I got to see both my sponsee's yesterday at different meetings
that Lambda Center celebrates its 28th Anniversary this weekend with Founder's Day events
for technology that allows me to purchase Astros ticket online and print them out at home
that tomorrow is hAAlf nAAked thursdAAy (just a reminder to get your cameras out)
Be a good listener.
Your ears will never get you in trouble.