Wednesday, May 07, 2008

mid-week stuff


THIS IS INDIA.

IT'S WHERE YOU CALL WHEN YOU HAVE A TECHNICAL PROBLEM WITH YOUR COMPUTER.




todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that going to AA meetings consistently gives me the reminders I need to consistently live sober

that I am aware that I don't do well when I over-analyze a situation too much

that I know that I still have a lonnnnnggggg way to go before I can practice these principles in all my affairs

that I was paying attention in elementary school when we were taught to spell words correctly and perform simple arithmetic; it seems like younger generations have minimized the importance of these traits

that the Astros are lookin' much better these past 2 weeks

for Houston weather in the Spring


Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.
-Confucius

10 comments:

Pam said...

I've never been to India.
Anytime a blogger mentions spelling or grammer, I assume they are talking about me. It's very frustrating to be so self centered about it. I always settle for my words to describe something, because I can never spell the original word I pick.
I don't know if they spell well in India or not.

Mary Christine said...

That was a huge part of the reason I bought a mac. You can talk to english speaking people, right in your own town.

I am so picky about language it is ridiculous. But I passed it on to my children too.

Mary Christine said...

That was a huge part of the reason I bought a mac. You can talk to english speaking people, right in your own town.

I am so picky about language it is ridiculous. But I passed it on to my children too.

Scott W said...

I saw a documentary about the establishment of the electrical system in this country. New York didn't look too much different than those pictures, well, as far as the electrical lines were concerned.

I have been to India, it's different.

Boston said...

i am grateful for houston weather in the spring, too.

Bill said...

wen i furst glanst at theez pichurs, i thot the fone linez had ben instawld at yer new home.

Trailboss said...

My brother has been to India. He says it is different. Me thinks that all customer relations people live in India. That is all that they do. Their goal in life is to attempt to speak English and leave us saying "what? huh? come again"

Zane-nawwaa said...

So far I have not been told that curry is the answer to all my problems.

Tab said...

Hi :)

dailypiglet said...

this cracked me up, the photos with the caption. i've talked to "india" before, and now it makes sense.

at least they gave us the kama sutra.