Thursday, April 23, 2009

It's all about GREEN!

It was Green Day at Minute Maid Park where the Houston Astros play.
I got this nifty green Astros hat.

My life is now complete.

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I remember what I did last night and to whom I did it

that I shared on group level about one of my isolation triggers and how I tackled it. Basically, I made myself accountable to someone. I shared this in the hope that someone might benefit from my experience even though I felt it made me look very weak-minded. This is new stuff for me.

for the majority of the time when I can have a positive attitude

that I went to the baseball game last night with somone who was afraid to go by himself because he'd never been without drinking -- he did just fine and it was good to see someone tackle one of their fears

that I'm not afraid to try new things usually, except brocolli

There is no one luckier than he who thinks himself so.
-German Proverb


big Jenn said...

Lookin' good in your nutty green hat! jeNN

Mary Christine said...

I'm glad that green hat made your life complete.

Anonymous said...

aw, give broccoli a chance. it's better than you think. nice hat! you look very handsome.

Pam said...


Scott W said...

I know! Broccoli is so scary!

You look a bit green there, Dave.

Syd said...

But broccoli is green too. And good if fixed with cheese, chicken, mushrooms, etc.

One Drunk to Another said...

Now, if you need to, you can turn it inside out!!!

Kathy Lynne said...

broccoli's not so bad...and its GREEN!

Bill said...

You can't even help being so good looking, can you?

Todd HellsKitchen said...

I thought your life was complete when you went to Yankee Stadium a few years ago. BTW, we have a new Yankee Stadium, and you are overdue for a New York visit!

BTW, eat your broccoli!

Lou said...

The Tigers can't wait to take them Astros on!