Sober since April 6, 2006

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Thursday, December 07, 2006

this post is brought to you by the number 2

Today, I'm very grateful for ...

  • being eight months & one day sober
  • working Step 2 with my sponsor tonight
  • being assigned work for Step 3
  • the amazing people in this program who continually show me how to be a better person
  • developing relationships and getting to know people better
  • not feeling so "lost" in AA anymore. Everybody's got a place, and it's helping someone else.
  • having a nice, warm bed to sleep in tonight (it's COLD outside!)
  • having an understanding and patient family
  • my dog, because he just wants to play. Always. PLAY!
  • my cell phone, because I dunno how I ever lived without one
  • God, because although I sometimes try to do His job, He never tries to do mine

8 comments:

Trudging said...

What a list! All good things.

SCoUt said...

"Everybody's got a place, and it's helping someone else."
It take some people YEARS to get this, girl! Awesome work you are doing.
You have a gift and I am glad you use it.
Peace,
Scout
P.S. Congrats. Today you are 8 months and 2 days sober!

recoveryroad said...

That's a good list. And me and your dog have the same outlook on life...

Sober Chick said...

I get my role and God's role confused all the time. Arggggh.

My dog is 9, and she is more of a relaxer. But the cats, geez at 2 am they love to play. I love them.

Congrats on 8 months plus more! Getting closer, but today is good to be sober. Happy Friday.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I just happened to browse and saw your blog. Your inner beauty shows from your writting. Your blog has the quality of acceptance and serenity which I experienced when reading.Continue to do your best and leave the rest to God who never forgets all that we are.

good wishes

Carly said...

Hey tkdjunkie,

TAG you're it! Here are the rules: Each player of this game starts with the 6 Weird Things About You. People who get tagged need to write a blog entry of their own 6 Weird Things as well as state this rule clearly. Have fun! :)

Meg Moran said...

The unconditional love of my dog taught me alot about the unconditional love of my God...
G-O-D D-O-G I love it.
Thanks for your wonderful post today

simsample said...

Well done TKD, you seem to be doing really well and enjoying the journey too! Good on you.