"The shakes grew worse, and I looked at my watch -- six o'clock. It had been one o'clock when I last remembered looking. I'd been sitting comfortably in a restaurant with Rita, drinking my sixth martini and hoping the waiter would forget about the lunch order -- at least long enough for me to have a couple more."
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, page 201
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
that there are fewer things that I do today that I can't do with moderation (think about it)
that I am able to keep reminding myself about my powerlessness with my Mom's illness; it is so damn frustrating for both of us (as many of you know)
for a fine AA meeting about Serenity yesterday -
what it is, how to get it and how to keep it
for internet voice chat - Hayden and I spoke for 42 minutes last night and it was free (he's in Trinidad)
to have someone in my life that I can talk to for 42 minutes - if you know me, you know that I absolutely hate talking on the telephone
that tomorrow is
that I finally finished the list that is below - I have no idea why it was so difficult for me; only my therapist could tell you (if I had a therapist)
The U.S. Constitution doesn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up with it yourself.