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Old 01-14-2020, 05:50 AM   #201 (permalink)
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Did you guys here all those celebratory fireworks
last night????

I was asleep tossing and turning, waking
up with each turn looking to see what time it was
on the clock and wondering if LSU loss cause
it was late and didnt hear any fireworks.

THEN....moments later....THERE IT WAS.....

boom boom in the far distance of the neighborhood
and I rolled on my back looking to the ceiling and saying,
oh thank You and smiled and just listened with delight
now knowing that our team won.

Then for a few more minutes I could hear other
LSU die hard fans or families fired off their foreworks
letting the neighborhood know we had won.

How amazing is that..!!!!!

42 to 25. Yay...!!!!
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Old 01-14-2020, 12:12 PM   #202 (permalink)
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Yay....65 days till Spring...!!!! Thanks Toad for keeping
us posted on how many days we have till a new season
begins. And Boy, I can't wait.....

Today is kind of warm which allows new buds to burst
open, greener leaves for new growth and , and, and, wait
for it...…

SNAKES......Nooooooooooo…..lol

I went outside to set some seeds out for my birds
and there it was......a good size ribbon or gator....I
mean garter snake....lol Just laying still taking a
nap, maybe before or after lunch...

Soooooo….with help from Mr. Charlie, we captured
him in a pool net and drove him or her down to the
church canal and placed in good Hands.

With this warm Winter or mild weather, its bringing
them out and I dont like it.... Nope......they give me the
heebeegeebee's.

Anyway....

He is free now to do his thing but not in our yrd.

I like freedom too Toad from the bondage of what
our addiction had on us for so long. A freedom we
had to learn how to acquire by incorporating a 12
step program of recovery, a guideline for living life
sober one day at a time moving forward.

This new freedom has opened the door to new
experiences thru out our lives that we know today
are gifts to be grateful and blessed for.

No matter what life throws at us today, we know
we can over come them and become stronger because
of them. There are always lessons to learn in life
as long as we remain teachable. And I chose to be
that today.
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Old 01-17-2020, 03:53 PM   #203 (permalink)
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Sanity drive...background hill torched by recent fires, foreground trees show blackened trunks from historical fires....life goes on...
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Hey Pheonix....

All of you who live in Australia are in our thoughts
and prayers. Thank you for sharing this picture.

Sanity drive.....I hear ya.

When you have a bit of time would you share with
us here with what is going on over there right now
with the fire and recovery? How about you? How are
you doing? Was the fire near where you live?

Keeping you guys in our thoughts and prayers during
this trying time. {hugs**
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South Australia has had one major fire in the hills- early in the season- and of course now, Kangaroo Island which continues to burn in parts. Inaccessible country. The New South Wales and Victorian fires- still burn, but there is rain about the east and hopes this will help. The fires can join together, but the focus lately in the media is about the State and Federal govts to provide funding to get communities, farms, infrastructure, towns and communities, animals- well everything, up and running. The impact of these fire will be felt for decades. Some areas in Queensland and NSW are experiencing flooding from heavy rains- post fires...I cannot give generalised comments- as there are a lot of smaller fires- probably in the hundreds still. BUT the focus is now on rebuilding...at least some of the really big fires are in containment...but the drifting smoke is a health concern. Some of it has been tracked as being around the earth- returning to Australia. The charitable side of many Australians is showing through.

The closest a fire got to me was about 10k, where the suburbs of Adelaide meet the hills- which some in part- is densely covered in bushland. I was never in any danger. I do know someone who was evacuated out of her home, another who did emergency red cross volunteer work on KI...a few other examples, one degree of separation. The koala plight especially has touched the hearts of many globally...the estimated number of wild and domestic animals lost in the fires is one billion. Last body count of humans was 29, with thousands of structures destroyed- including homes, sheds, animal shelters, tanks, farm equipment (one of those huge tractors is worth hundreds of thousands of $).then there is the financial cost of all the volunteer firefighters- who lost time from businesses etc.

A grim picture, but even this early- there are signs of regrowth in burnt out areas...people are starting to clear away the burnt debris, people like me continue to donate more than even once of twice.....

where there is life, there is always hope.
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Thank you friend Phoenix for sharing what's
going on over there in Australia and a positive
note that you are seeing new growth beneath
the burn.

That is important for sure.

Whew....

That's just crazy stuff.

Anyway....you are always family and friend
here with us and enjoy hearing from you and
what all is going on in your part of the country.

Right now the Australian Open has begun in Tennis
which I enjoy watching. How are you on Tennis?

Remember. you dont have to talk just about motorcycles
here. Anything goes. Gardening, outdoor life, Tennis, whatever
floats your boat.

Say for instance, if all of us said lets meet at a particular
place to chat and catch up on life, this would be the place.
However, how cool would it be if we really could meet
together just to shoot the .well....you get the point. Right..
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Go Chiefs....I remember the Super Bowl in 1970 the last time the Chiefs won. I had been home from Vietnam about a year and a half, and was totally loaded watching the game with the sound off and listening to Led Zeppelin II. Fifty years later I am grateful to sit here with several years sober and able to experience all this.......thank you LORD

My dad was in the Army and I lived many places growing up. Europe for 7 yrs, Washington DC and San Antonio Texas. We moved to KC my senior year in High School.....I remember when the Chiefs first came to KC, They played at the old KC Athletics stadium close to downtown. .... today I am happy for all the KC fans, I know there are many this morning who are probably feeling pretty ruff...good to be sober here.
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It's been a busy weekend here at our house, electrical repairs and painting, doing side work for a few clients, and catching up on movies we want to see in the evenings. I've got a 3-day weekend so after breakfast with our stepdaughter I'm going quail hunting, also known as "strolling through the desert with a shotgun in your hands"
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Good to see that your Kansas City Chiefs won yesterday
against the Tennessee Titans. Now....the Chiefs head to the
Super Bowl in a few weeks to play against the San Francisco
49ers.

Please dont quiz me on this stuff because id have to
make a cheat sheet to help me remember these names....lol

Anyway.....yay....cool on the chiefs..!!!!

That's a pretty awesome story to share with us Toad.
AND.....I like to hear them, esp. when there is success in
recovery involved.

1970....wow....It would be a few yrs down the road when
i'd successfully graduate from high school in '76.

And called Bi Centennial

It was a central event in the memory of the American
Revolution. The Bicentennial culminated on Sunday,
July 4, 1976, with the 200th anniversary of the adoption
of the Declaration of Independence.

Im glad you were able to travel like you did and get
some experience behind you from your time in the
the Army ? like your dad?

My dad was also in the Army but all I know is, he
did his time as an Engineer and returned home to
West Baton Rouge, where he built our home and
help raise his family. A smart man with lots of wisdom
he passed on to me before he passed away several
yrs ago.

Anyway.....

Go Chiefs..!!!!

I'll be watch the Australian Open in Tennis
this week and see what's happening in golf
too.
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Okay, so what do you guys have to share about
today? Did you sleep well? Have a healthy breakfast?
Make it to work safely? Have a plan for the day? Any
doctors appointments?

O we do/did? lol

Husband had an MRI appointment for 7:30 this
morning and have gone and returned home already. Yay..!!!

Several weeks ago husband went to this appointment
for them to exray neck and back. However, he only got
to the neck part, because he suddenly had an anxiety
and cough attack while in the MRI machine. So they stopped
it and a new appointment had to be rescheduled which
was this morning.

Okay, sooooo, i dont drive unless I absolutely have to and
as long as hubby likes to drive then I wont argue. My time
for driving him will be soon enough, so no hurry now.

Anyway, it was advised the he not drive because they
issued a pill to take before this MRI preceedure to supposively
relax him. Well, he drove us to the hospital and took his
pill upon arrival.

Oh, let me back up a moment.....before we left the house
and if it was any other day, our garage door would open
the door emmediately at the push of a button and off we'd
go shop or whatever we'd be doing that day.

Well.....since, im already a bit off kilter because I dont
like going to the doctors, yep, even if its not for me...
yep, i know, selfish of me....and sad that I feel that
way....anyway, i try to accept that things like this
are gonna happen and need to be done and taken
care of.....

Okay, so we get in the car and the dang garage door
opener doesnt work....dead battery. Like I mentioned....
this could have happened any other day, but it happened
today.....

Then i began to speak my mind about how the devil is
definitely putting fuel on this situation to ruffle my feathers,
to stir the pot to pizz me off....Yep, he never sleeps and is
always working to destroy and laugh about it.

After i got all my ruffles back down, I calmed down
and off to the dr. appointment we go. Husband did
fine with his MRI and we finally made it home safely
with him driving back.

To think that situations like this if left unattended to,
unaddressed, could and would lead to unhealthy unresolved
issues within ourselves. That could sit and fester and....
Well.....if we didnt have a guideline in recovery that was
taught to us and learned over the yrs, to protect us then
we's surely return to our addiction that would definitely
make matters worse than better. Right?

Thank God for protecting us and helping us remain
sober under many of lifes challanges and sitautions.

Okay, folks any one else have something they want
to share about?
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A good share/story Shar. You handled all the incidents well. Stuff will always happen. One thing going bust in a day does not make the whole day 'bad'. I try to avoid negative words- positive words are okay (I can have a 'good' day, but shy away from bad days).
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I'm glad the MRI went well Sharon, sorry to hear about the garage door, but yeah that's one of the many things life puts in our way to see how we use our recovery tools for coping. Well done!

I have to race off to Safe Driver Awareness Training this morning, part of being a government employee
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57 days till spring.............glad you got the MRI done, praying for a good report.

17 degrees two days ago, 11 degrees yesterday morning, 24 degrees this morning. Got enough firewood to last until first day of spring, maybe longer. After the first day of firearm season, the deer laid low. Saw 5 two days ago and one yesterday morning in the driveway. They always come back out when it is safe.

We had a guy at a meeting who has 12 yrs sober, he accidentally took a sip of a drink at a gathering (he is a professional) that had alcohol in it. He did not drink anything else, just the one little sip......he thinks he has relapsed and took a beginners white chip......several of us with many years of sobriety told him it was a true accident and since he did not take another drink, he should not loose his sobriety time....what do you guys think?

I have accidentally allowed a small of mouth wash slide down my throat while gargling.....I don't consider it a relapse....I did not desire to take another drink.

Have a good day folks.......Sharon, get yourself a Vet, and start enjoying driving. Go ahead and spend some of MR. Sharon's money....my wife does no sweat.
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Thank guys as it is always a joy hearing from you.

Hubby is heading to his Dr. appointment shortly
to discuss the results of his MRI and find out what
will be the next step to improving his standing position.

I asked him if he is experiencing pain and he says no.
It is only when he does any kind of work requiring him
to look up or stretch up to reach or fix something. Like
when he placed the gutter protectors on and was working
on a ladder at an awkward position. Or putting together
our metal carport.

Yep, he does work hard and gets things done, but the
pay off is pain between those DIY jobs. And I appreciate
them, but saddens me to see him bent over because he
cant hold his head up straight.

Neck pain, back pain and operations take their toll
on folks as they get older. Anyway.....he doesn't show
signs of quitting, so he's a trooper for sure.

I call him "the man" Whose the man? He's the man.

Let's see......12yrs sobriety.....alcohol is still cunning,
powerful and baffling. Even with that much sobriety,
I still wasn't comfortable around it. And today, I wouldn't
trust alcohol or those handling it around me. It's a trust
issue, because, even tho I am responsible for my own
recovery and doing everything humanly possible to not
drink, I wouldn't be able to trust others handling or serving
it around me. I wouldn't even ask someone to go get me
a drink either.....what if they slip something in it?

It could have been an innocent mistake and possible
warning and wake up call at how quickly or easily alcohol
can creep back into our lives even without notice.

Im glad he returned and share this experience and
will be able to continue on his recovery journey.

As far as mouth wash....when I entered recovery
and went thru rehab....I had no idea folks drank
mouth wash or even cologne for the alcohol in it.

Yep, I was that nieve.

Anyway....I did my footwork and researched what
mouth washes were alcohol free to use and many
other foods safe to eat or drink in order to protect
my own recovery and live a healthy, happy, honest
way of life moving forward.
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Baffling! I know a guy who was 15y sober, happy (as anyone can be)- good place to live, good partner. In other words no out of the ordinary stresses. He still does not understand why- but while cooking tea, without a conscious thought - skulled a bottle of cooking wine...not wine for cooking mind- the stuff in supermarkets/
He then went on a 5y bender.
He shared this when reaching another 15y sober.
That is why the daily support stuff is so important.
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In the hills today- burnt, scarred- but healing...apt.
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Thank you Phoenix for sharing those pictures
with us. Seeing what fire does is devastating.
Did they find out what cause the fire?

I agree with you on daily support and it's importance.

I know I need you guys each and everyday. It's just
part of my routine and don't go or do anything without
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Sharon, prayers for your Mr, I hope the MRI doesn't reveal anything serious. I'm 55 and most days I have trouble walking, my co-workers joke that I "limp with moves like a pimp" The results of a lifetime of working with my hands and on my feet. I am focusing lately on a healthy diet in regards to a healthier life with less inflammation.

toad, many years back I had some fondue at a restaurant that probably had some sherry in it that wasn't fully cooked out. If that's the worst thing I do in 14 years sober I'm not giving up my sobriety date and my sponsor agreed. I haven't eaten fondue or had a drink of alcohol since then.
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Most of the Australian fires were dry lightning strikes. Some of the fires were so intense- they created their own micro weather- including lightning. Some may have been deliberate.
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Hello friends and folks.....

Well.....hubby talked to one of his doctors about
the results of his MRI yesterday afternoon and
looks like the doctors doesn't see anything serious
to be really worried about.

I guess both of us want to know why he cant
stand straight up. See, normally if you'd see someone
bent over while walking the first thing you'd think would
be osteoporosis. Well, that is not what Mr. Charles has.

This doctor mentioned abdominal aortic aneurysm affecting
the flow of blood in the legs or something like that. But, that
doesn't seem to be what is causing pain in his neck when looking
up.

The dr. says he doesn't need surgery for this and would
just be monitored. Anyway.....The news was not what we
were looking for, yet, it was good news because as long
as he doesn't need surgery, then that is great news.

Ive already gone thru bypass surgery with him and
that was scary. But it was necessary to avoid having
a heart attack.

Anyway....

He also had back surgery to fix disc and has rods
and screw to help with the wear and tear of yrs
of hard physical work. Whew....

Soooo, as long as he doesn't over do himself with
fixing stuff around the house and keep moving and
wishing he'd eat a lot more healthier, then the quality
of life for him will last longer.

I have to remind myself that he is older than I and
he has had more physical experiences in life than
I.

Well...…..we keep trudging along and living and
waking up to another new sober day.
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