Thursday, February 5, 2009

Beautiful Day.

Wow what a beautiful day today is!! I am so grateful for such a gorgeous sunrise coming in my window. I really don't like being sick though. Yep, the sniffles. I went to the womens meeting last night and everyone was sick. So I didn't feel bad for being sick in the meeting. You know that is usually a great reason to talk myself out of going. with "A" being sick now Haley has a cough and Gilly has a runny nose and I have the horrible sniffles. yuck.
I am getting real excited though our regional convention is coming up, I have 6 cases of merchandise in my already stuffed garage. Wes wanted me to have a member of the committee store it at their place but I was not going to keep driving around with it in my vehicle. I really don't mind having it I love being a part of service. It really gives me a sense of ownership in the program. I don't just belong to a meeting I belong to this fellowship and it widens my circle of friends so when things go wrong I have a long list of women to call. They in turn feel safe enough to call me. Oh also our annual sleepover is coming up!! This is not an NA event this is for women in recovery. Women in all the fellowships come together for a night without men, kids, or pets and it is so awesome. If you don't have one in your area, start one it is so much fun!!
Anyway my little ones are needing some attention and I would love to be able to write more, but duty calls. I will be checking out and leaving comments on you all after a while, have a great day everyone. Today's thought: Beautiful Day


Sarah said...

It's nice to meet you. I'm Sarah, another mother in recovery and I found your blog through cw2smom.

Khaled KEM said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, the nice words. It means a lot to me. i am also interested in what you write. May I say that the name of the blog is Khaled KEM, not Khalid (Smile).
Do not worry about it..
Shadow' work is fantastic and her poems are inspirational.

steveroni said...

I'm ALSO "working my way" from back to front though. Like your styl, woman. However, I'm NOT a "mother in recovery. I'm so glad I was born a nale...if I were the only baby-factory in the world, the human race would end right here--right now.

How do you gals DO it? Have babies, I mean...and then have MORE??? Please, ya do NOT want to answer that here. DO ya? No, no!

Colds are nasty things, but I'd rather have that, than a "you-know-what" -grin

Shadow said...

i hope you have a beautiful day too!