Monday, January 26, 2009

What an order ...



Do you see gray areas in between the squares? Now where did they come from?



todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I'm a member of AA, AAA and AARP.

to see and hear stories of humility in the rooms of AA; it inspires me to be a better person

that we went to see Nixon/Frost (the movie). Superb. Brought back some memories.
that we went to see Milk (the movie). Superb. Brought back some memories.


Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.
-Jose Addison

13 comments:

Boston said...

i don't see the gray areas. thanks for always having a hug for me when you see me.

Pam said...

I see the gray!
I remember Nixon/Frost the "original guys"
I like Milk. Did not know there was a movie about it. Are there lots of cows?
Love the Addison quote.

J-Online said...

I wish I didn't have all the grey in my life! Happy Monday.

Mary Christine said...

You are testing us for astigmatism! Mine is corrected.

Scott W said...

Every time I see you I see gray hair. Does that count?

Trailboss said...

Human eyes are strange things huh? Hey Dave....what's up with the clown legs/shoes?

I have nicely graying hair just like my momma. I was noticing that yesterday.

Bill said...

WHAT??? AN ORDER???

Patty said...

I see the gray areas. Everything used to always be either black or white, is that a good thing?

GratefulOne said...

Hi Dave,

I love your blog and I've linked it on my gratitude blog. Please check it out when you get a chance. Would you please link me to yours? http://gratitudenugget.blogspot.com/

peace
Michael

Todd HellsKitchen said...

A+

♥Shann♥ said...

How did MC know that? lol
annnd I sure do think Jose is a wise man, just sayin. Happy Monday daave

Syd said...

I see the grey and like that things aren't always black and white.

Anonymous said...

I find your new avatar appropo because:

crazy clown costume
chicken ankles
sturdy legs
disease(peripheral) =

A guy that gets it and that I love to know...even in this dull light.

You inspire. You do. All the time.

Thank you so much.