Monday, March 10, 2008

another Monday

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for another Monday without a hangover

that my Mom continues to hang in there but is mostly unresponsive; it seems to get more difficult for me to watch; I appreciate all the kind thoughts and words from you guys

that hearing the AA story of people in recovery often keeps me on the edge of my seat. Such was the case Saturday night when Tony S. told us what it was like.

for another productive Lambda Board of Directors meeting

that I'm gonna hit the gym at 5:20 this morning

that my sister sold her house after 13 months on the market

that what comes around, goes around

that my fellow bloggers have handled difficulties with another blogger with class, dignity and without compromising their spiritual principles

What can you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family.
-Mother Teresa


Todd HellsKitchen said...

5:20 AM????

Pam said...

I'm jealous that you can get to the gym at 5:20AM...however having gone ONE WHOLE WEEK WITHOUT SMOKING....the gym could be next! Nah...probably not. Enjoy your day mi amigo.

Mary Christine said...

You and your mom are in my daily prayers.

Love the Mother Teresa quote.

Boston B. said...

I missed you yesterday. Love to you and your family.

Scott W said...

I am bringing my kitty camera with me today.

craftylady said...

Thinking of you and Lisa at this difficult time. I know how you feel watching someone you love and there is nothing you can do to help.

Good news re Lisa's house sale. At least that is one problem off your mind.

Bill said...

Your mom hears you and knows you are there. She knows you love her, and that you know she loves you. These are the things that matter, but you already know that.

Remind her about the tire blow-out in the '57 New Yorker. She'd probably like hearing about that again. Thanks for sharing that story in your comment. Now I'm going to look for pictures of that Chrysler model.

I'm looking forward to kitty-cam pictures! I ♥ me some kitties.

Zane-nawwaa said...

Role reversal is one of the most difficult things to go through. My thoughts and prayers are there for you and yours. Love you.

Syd said...

I hope for peace for your mother. It's so hard to watch someone you love so deeply start to slip away.

dailypiglet said...

i'm glad your sister sold her house, it is a seriously tough market right now.

i went through the same with my dad, it's painful. he hung on much longer than they thought he would, he was a strong man and i miss him every day.