Monday, May 04, 2009

The Steps



This ladder seems like a pretty cool invention.









todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I heard some of the experience, strength and hope of a fellow member of Alcoholics Anonymous Saturday night. A man with 14 years of sobriety with whom I can really relate.

that I'm currently working on Steps 1, 6 and 7 with 3 different sponsee's

for a Saturday afternoon spent at home, by myself, being happy and productive

that I'm part of the Houston Roundup this year (again) - I really enjoy being involved

that Pam's computer is well

that I told you this guy was to good to be true


Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into, but hard to get out of.
~~ unknown

9 comments:

Steve E. said...

Looks like everyone stayed sober this weekend. I'm glad.

I'd better not write about "This Guy". It might sound political? Oh well, maybe some day. Right now I'm glad I'm not him....

Lou said...

Oh yes, the ladder looks like it will benefit many an emergency room doctor's wallets!

Boston said...

yeah, glad i'm not him!

Mary Christine said...

Happy Monday Daave.

Scott W said...

I take it for granted you intend to stay sober today.

Kathy Lynne said...

just a reminder that we cannot put anyone on a pedestal...we are just humans....

♥Shann♥ said...

here is to spending Saturday afternoons alone, happy and productive, something that before this life we may not of been able to enjoy
Happy Monday

Gwen R said...

That is awesome your working the Steps with three sponsees. That is the best!

Have a great week Mr. dAAve!

Luv,
G~

Syd said...

I'm still catching up on comments. I've got to get back with my sponsees after being gone for a week.