Wednesday, November 07, 2007

another day in the life...

I was up at 4:30 am, and on the road for a day of training in Columbus... This outfit sure does put a major emphasis on well-trained employees! And well, I can't say that's a bad thing but it does take away from time that could be spent producing! But, the training was useful, relevant and I actually feel somewhat recharged so, yay!

I went to my home group for the full hour for the first time in weeks tonite. I have been teaching religious ed each Wed nite and it means I am late to home group. The way things worked out, I was able to attend the entire meeting, very kool! A former sponsee collected his 6 month token this evening and is back from being wherever he was. yay!

An additional treat, a friend of mine in AA, I've met blogging took a moment and called me tonite, outta the blue! That was wonderful! I always enjoy hearing from sober friends, especially to hear that they are hanging in there and doing well! This is good!

prayers...

Thanks God for all Your blessings, I know that without You in my life, I couldnt stay sober, nor live to good purpose. Thank You for Your Son, for my family (insane as is all can be), for a good job with a strong company, for good friends, and goofballs who insist on plaguing my blog with venomous drivel. Thank you for tolerant, patient bloggers who continue to come visit me here regularly! I love you guys!

peace be with you all!

5 comments:

MICKY said...
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Scott W said...

Well, well, well. Mickey included my original comment. Pitiful.

Sober Steve said...

Peace my brother. It is amzaing how this program works. How it brings us from all walks to one common cause....ourselves and soberity.

peace,,,and I will keep coming back

peace and hugs
steve

vicariousrising said...

Meeting sober people like you make all the difference. Some people don't even qualify for the moniker of goofball. I like goofballs.

Sobriety is a mindset, a way of living. I like being able to see other people being good to others and themselves. You set a good example, Scott.

Mary Christine said...

We really should talk - about the "goofball"...