Monday, September 21, 2009

back to the (coffee) grind



todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for the freedom I have to be me

for another little aha! moment during a meeting on Saturday morning. It's too involved to get into here, but I will say that a great many of my aha! moments come to me during AA meetings.
hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, that's worth thinking about.

that Morgan M. finally got to qualify her AA experience and she did it with much humility

that my nephew (injured in a motorcycle accident) is now out of a coma and is no longer listed as critical. He's been in ICU for almost 5 weeks now.

that although I've been doing some retail therapy the past few days, I have found some great clothing sales. Now, I need to gather some older shirts and take them to the Salvation Army.


You are not stuck where you are unless you decide to be.
- Dr. Wayne Dyer

11 comments:

Mary Christine said...

Retail therapy is one of my favorite things... but you knew that. Let's see the new shirts!

Pam said...

Give them to Purple Heart-that's the Texas Veterns.
I think you should have new shirts, and your old ones will look fabulous on someone else.

Scott said...

oh man glad he's doing better, and out of ICU, scary!

Scott W said...

Quick, where are those sales?

Boston B. said...

grateful for you. period.

Lou said...

There is a lady in Fla. who feeds and clothes homeless in a park. They need shirts. I'll give you a link, cuz I know you are a generous guy. (Where ever yours stuff goes, it's all good.)

http://denietackett.blogspot.com/

Tall Kay said...

I think so many AHA moments happen in AA meetings because our minds are quiet and we can hear what is being spoken. I hope your nephew had a spiritual awakening through this ordeal. Happy Monday!

Syd said...

I like those light bulb moments. And I'm grateful that you are you, truly unique and consistent.

Anonymous said...

Dave can you tell everyone that I am sorry but I cannot access my blogger or my gmail accounts. Hope to be back with you all soon. Trudge

Steve E. said...

WOW! Five weeks in ICU is BLONG time. Glad he's starting to get better.

Raechelle said...

Great quote!