Tuesday, October 20, 2009

another step forward

todAAy i AAM grAAteful & thAAnkful

for busy days; it seems as though I rarely have time to do nothing. When I was drinking, I rarely had time to do anything.

for a day trip to Navasota, Texas to visit with my sister and see her new home under construction.

to help support a couple of friends-in-recovery in their Improv stage debut; then fellowship afterwards which of course included Swirll!

The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; the wise grows it under his feet.
- James Oppenheim


Steve E. said...

Only reason I like to be waiting in a doctor's office is--I get to do nothing for 15 minutes!

Mary Christine said...

How did they get that child to have such an attitude when she surely can't even read the sign she has been saddled with?

I could have the fruit at swirll!

Scott said...

ahh yes, the use of children to make a political point! nice, huh??

Scott W said...

They make an ointment for things that grow on your feet. Just sayin'.

Pam said...

My first husband (Ms. FancyPants Dad) is burried in the old Navasota Cemetary. I love that old town.

Syd said...

I find that I am busy too. I think that will continue when I retire with the exception that my time will be spent how I choose. I like that.

Anonymous said...

Alcoholics are sensitive people. Politics and alcoholics don't mix.It says"Thank you Mr President"Thats just a right-winger statement.Bush signed the ballout bill after he ruined the economy.Peace