Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Tuesday morning

Babies and Daddies




todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for Step 3 and the many interpretations by those in recovery -- for me it all boils down to letting it go (whatever "it" may be)

that the light at the end of the tunnel is no longer an oncoming train

for another day and many chances to practice love and tolerance

that I did my civic duty yesterday and sat for 3 hours waiting to be picked for a jury. I wasn't picked. So I made it to the noon AA meeting at Lambda with time to spare.

Never fear shadows. They simply mean there's a light shining somewhere nearby.
-Ruth E. Renkel

9 comments:

Mary Christine said...

The shadow knows.

Scott W said...

I love shadows.

I love the third step.

That gagging video almost made me gag.

Pam said...

I love jury duty. It does not love me. I never get picked.

steveroni said...

I used to be afraid of my shadow and also afraid of the light behind it.

Bill said...

I love to see other people gag.
At least (most of) the dads were willing and honest. Might need a little work on the open-minded part.

Boston said...

that the light at the end of the tunnel is no longer an oncoming train

how funny. how true!

Syd said...

I enjoy jury duty but have only been picked once. And I find Step Three to be tough at times until I remember how I used to make decisions based on my will.

Zanejabbers said...

Hell, I hurt from laughing. The blowback on the powder just damned near killed me.
I like to say that the light at the end of the tunnel is no longer a freight train, but a high class passenger train and I'm hopping a ride to paradise.

Bill said...

As long as I was here, I had to watch the video again. What a scream.