Friday … Offensive People
It is late, as this entry is being written. Another successful week in the books.
I am always amazed at just how things turn out when I just go with it.
I sorted out my outline yesterday, and restructured my program a bit. Speaking to my writing coach this evening on the way to the meeting, I explained what I had done, in anticipation of our discussion over that outline tomorrow.
We talked about Change tonight, and as that was the topic of last night’s post, I need not go over those thoughts again.
The only thing we have to change in sobriety is everything.
The sooner one lets go and lets God, the easier it gets.
Funny, how folks desire to hang on to old ideas and old perceptions of themselves, deciding that if they let go and really allowed themselves to “change” they would not know who they would become, and that’s kinda the whole mystery of sobriety.
You never know what you are going to get on the other side.
I had breakfast with my sponsor this morning and I finally completed my Step 6.
After more than a year working on it.
Some people in the rooms have no class or tact whatsoever. A woman (read: militant, shaved her head, lesbian) made comments to me in passing at the meeting that really rubbed me the wrong way. Some people don’t understand the power of the written word or what some words mean, when strung together in a certain order.
I can speak perfect CUNT too …
If you are going to comment on something I wrote, at least have read the piece correctly and understand what was written instead of giving me your judgment of the most important story in my life that I have to tell. Some people have no fucking class.
You might have more time than I do, but you sure aren’t sober.
Tomorrow is another day. We will have Portuguese pastry and coffee.
Oh and I got a copy of
Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho
With English subtitles.
Finally we get to watch it from beginning to end,and actually understand the whole story.
More to come, stay tuned …