Thursday, October 05, 2006

hAAlf nAAked thursdAAy

hmmmmmm ... which one to read now?

read the others at HNT

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I had a powerful spiritual awakening, enough so that I lost any desire to drink

for faith that the same awakening, or psychic change, can happen with my smoking

that I could make a huge financial investment on my Mom's behalf yesterday

for the people whom I sponsor in the program of AA;

they are all totally different, yet the same in so many ways

that today I am taking the beginning action to assist Hayden's immigration process

that where there's a will, there's a way

We ... often add to our pain and suffering by being overly sensitive, over-reacting to minor things, and sometimes taking things too personally.
The Dalai Lama


Matt said...

Thanks for being you, Dave...

Shannon said...

meee tooo!

Anonymous said...

Oooh! Nice library!

dbv said...

i read "7 steps to a smoke-free life"... no amends or fearless and searching moral inventory... lol... october 19 is 2 years... good luck... got a quit date yet?

Sober Chick said...

Sweet surrender, sweet serenity.

Designer Girl said...

Whichever one you DON'T want to read is probably the one you NEED to read today! LOL

Where are you in the stop smoking effort now? Just do what you can today.

Love you, my friend!

AAwoken said...

Smoke your thumb!!!! Hah!!!
Now for the real answer. AA gives you everything you need to stop smoking. I used the principles just like I did for quitting drinking. It works if ou work it.

Nuff said?

Tab said...

What immigration process??

This "awakening thing" I keep reading that what I felt
11 years ago one morning?((Hmmm)).

Anyhoo..not sure what the immigration process is for ..
is he moving to the United States?
No matter what,I enjoy reading about your life with Hayden.

Good for you for taking the steps from thinking about thinking about quitting to seriously considering it.I don't think you will be disappointed in the benefits:)

Have a fab day you beautiful human you! Thanks for sharing~


Read them all!
I see you,

Sober @ Sundown said...

Hi dAAve,

You will be amazed at how easy it is to quit smoking once you make up your mind to do so. All you have to do is occupy your mind, hands and mouth when it come time to light up. Once you break the behavior, you are home free. It is so much better not to have that awful taste in my mouth, and stinky hands, etc...

I smoked for 30 years, and have been a non-smoker for over 5 years.

You can do it.