Sober since April 6, 2006


Monday, September 25, 2006


Silence is the answer to many problems.

Silence is also the cause of many problems.

Silence prevents the utterance of destructive words, but causes the turmoil of bitter misunderstanding.

Beware of silence. At times a shield, at times a sword, silence is more powerful and dangerous than it seems.


new_eyes said...

as few words as possible got Chancey,the gardener, into the White House you know.

That's the best way with strangers at first, I believe. Let them like you, but keep your boundaries.

simsample said...

TKD, you are still doing so well. Silence is good but sometimes it is good to scream, too!

Mary Christine said...

I strive for silence.

Sober Chick said...

Aw, a double edge sword.

Anonymous said...

In space no one can hear you scream :-P

Anonymous said...

TKD, I sense confusion, hurt, anger, pain, frustration in your words. Given your situation, it's COMPELTELY understandable.

I have a few questions for you:

1. Do you feel "loved" and or understood lately?

I'm praying for you.

Your brother in Jesus.

Carly said...

I love reading your blog. You inspire me!

Motorcycle Mike - Sober Biker said...

Silence - interesting subject. I think your discliamer posted a couple of postings down about was a good case of when not to keep silent.

I am concerned sometimes about what I will post might hurt someone, but it's what I do...

Thanks for coming back, and coming up on six months is a miracle. I know, I will have 18 mos this Saturday.

Anonymous said...

some good insight


Alcoholic Brain said...

I really enjoy your blog. Keep it going girl!

Trudging said...

Very, very ture!