Friday, October 13, 2006

Information for Friday the 13th


another
Halloween
Costume for your Dog

A kid knocked on the door last night. He was selling magazine subscriptions. Haven't see that in a while. There was the day when I would have bought 2 or 3 from him and helped him out. But as Scott and I discussed some time back, we are both on INFORMATION OVERLOAD these days. There's so much on the internet and on blogs, email, etc. (Google gives me over 16,000,000 websites on this subject)
Who wants a magazine any more? Unless I'm sitting in the waiting room at my doctor's office.

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for 3 days of being a non-smoker

that the hardest time for me as a new non-smoker is after I eat, but even those times are very manageable; it's only a matter of reminding myself that I no longer smoke, then it's gone! poof!

that I attend 3 AA meetings today by 1:15pm

that I find so many ways to stay busy in retirement

to hear from Phil at Recovery Ruminations

that I've never actually seen a dog with a knife through his head

If Columbus had an advisory committee he would probably still be at the dock.
-Justice Arthur Goldberg

14 comments:

NMAMFQLMSH said...

I can't take the dog costumes anymore...it's totally freaking me out. Have a great weekend bro.
I see you,
JJ

dbv said...

congrats on the not smoking!!!! good for you !!! oct 19th is 2 years for me... i'd like to say i feel so much better but i really don't, i do know that i'd probably be dead if i hadn't quit and my heart works a little better...so that's enough for me...

Trudging said...

Lol on the dog! I would try it on my cat but, I would end up looking like the final cut of The Passion.

Ricky!!! said...

Poor doggie. That is how I feel at times

Mary Christine said...

Congrats on Day 3.

Scott W said...

With the right attitude anything is possible.

Tab said...

I love the dog costumes..wonder if I can make a mini one of this for Jasper...LOL!

okay...you are three days strong being a non smoker..that is just awesome Daave :)I love it.

You have so much to be grateful for and I so appreciate all of it you share here with us,thank you.

Scott said...

he he he kool dog costume!! hang in there with the smokin' my friend!! a day at a time!

SCoUt said...

I think that dog had a cat-as-trophe! congrats on day 3 dAAve. After eating is tough for sure.
Peace,
Scout

Redhead Gal said...

oh, man, I need to get a costume like that for Zippy...

Three days smoke free is terrific. Do you have that chart that describes how your body changes as you go a certain amount of time since your last cigarette? For me it was like getting chips at AA as I reached each milestone...

Gwen said...

I am also grateful you have 3 days without a smoke and am grateful I have never seen a dog with a knife in its head ;D

Anonymous said...

Best wishes in smoke free department...

Designer Girl said...

Gwen is stealing my comments on every single blog I visit today. What she said.

George said...

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