Friday, April 17, 2009

the famous "cat plant"



todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that the first page and a half of A Vision For You was written for me. (see Chapter 11, page 151, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS)

that working with another alcoholic works for both of us -- a sponsee and I re-read Step 6 yesterday and discussed in in length. Great stuff!

that talking about my problems with another human has a tendency to greatly reduce the enormity of those problems

for caffeinated coffee


Adversity is another way to measure the greatness of individuals. I never had a crisis that didn't make me stronger.
-Lou Holtz


12 comments:

Lou said...

I love cats.

Scott W said...

I think you are on a cat roll.

Bill said...

I think there's a restaurant in town that was shut down for serving cat rolls.

Working with another alcoholic is joyful work.

Pam said...

I love love love step 6 in the 12x12. It is so full of good stuff to ponder and have ah-has about.

Syd said...

I don't think that plant needs to be watered. The cat probably does that anyway.

Mary Christine said...

Hi Dave.

Steve E. said...

I never had a crisis that I LIKED!

Steps six and seven, lowered the crisis ratio in my life somewhat... somewhat.

~ Tabitha ~ said...

Humans have a healthy way of validating one anothers thoughts when we open up to people we trust.
xo

Queenneenee said...

I just love that plant. I am grateful for coffee as well. What would we recovering peeps do without caffeine??

Findon said...

Do you drug the cats, or maybe glue them in to position. Or do you spend your nights training cats to do these poses.

Boston said...

that's a purty cat. that's a purty plant.

Alive And Smiling (Jim) said...

Dave that's a great photo. I've not gotten to step six yet but I can see where talking problems with another human can reduce the enormity of those problems.