Tuesday, December 9, 2008

We'll just see what today's blog will bring forth.

December 9 - Life's irony is that as soon as world goods and world success are of no concern to you, the way is open for them to flow to you. Meditations from Conversations with God, Book 1, page 176
Today a friend of mine, Joe, sent me an article from the New York Times written by an alcoholic titled something like "it's the holidays, have just one." I forwarded it to some of you whose emails I have. Please, I am not soliciting your email address especially over the blogosphere. The last thing any of us needs is for "MICKEY-MICHAEL PATRICK DAVID" to have access to a legitimate acces to our homes. Geez what aa thought. You could probably find it by going to the New York Times website. I found it to be a very good read. To net it out "one is never enough, a thousand isn't either" or sum such saying, but you know what I am trying to say. Just like I can actually spell some, just wanted to see if you noticed or not.
Today, I went to my 3rd Diabetes class. It covered foot care, and nutrition. Next Wednesday, 12-17-08 is my final class for the year and it will be on meal planning.
Tonight I am grateful for:
  • God my Higher Power
  • My Sobriety
  • Mamie my OCD schnauzer
  • My Sponsor
  • Ability to still learn (teachability?)
  • The wonderful cold weather that is arriving as I blog.
  • That everyone is back from their breaks.
  • All y'all

Y'all be pretty now, ya heah.


J-Online said...

sounds like you classes are going well. It's cold and wet and rainy outside. Stay warm.

Scott W said...

You can link that article in your post ya know.

It's chilly out there this morning!

steveroni said...

Zane, YOU are sure blogging with an unknown-like regularity--and I for one, am HAPPY about that!

You always say so much--in so few...

I should emulate (is that a word?)

Syd said...

Thanks for the reference to the article. I'll take a look. It sounds like Houston has seasonal temps. We should get some cooler weather towards the end of the week. I'll be happy for that.

Findon said...

Love the meditation. I've found when I stop striving for something. It comes. Of course I may not want it by then. So be careful what you don't strive for. Nice post Zane, look atfer those tootsies