Thursday, May 20, 2010

parenthetical


men can even fix mailboxes






todAAy i AAm grAAteful thAAnkful

for different and sometimes unique ways to look at recovery; kind of thinking outside the box

for faith and the knowledge I've gained just by having some faith

that I usually do my best and today I know that's good enough

for my friends, who just keep comin' back!

Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.
- Mark Twain

6 comments:

Scott said...

I love the home in the back ground, it looks as if it's leaned up against a tree behind it or something lol

Scott W said...

Love the double wide in the background!

Syd said...

Hey, I see houses and mailboxes like that every day. I remind myself how truly lucky I am because I could be back to graduate student living conditions in a heart beat.

Carol said...

Mark Twain, he had an amazing life of ups and downs. He would have enjoyed the humor of duct tape.

steveroni said...

Nice grass. Kentucky?

marie said...

"that I usually do my best and today I know that's good enough"
I am thankful for this, too! It took me a looooong time to come to believe that my best is good enough. I used to never think what I did was good enough, even if it was the best I could do. What a freedom to have the choice not to live in that lie anymore!