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Bob G.

Bob G.

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    2011

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    20180221143456

    Amy, a city girl, marries a farmer.
    One morning, before he goes out to the fields, the farmer says to her, "The artificial insemination man is coming to impregnate one of our cows today. I drove a big nail into the two-by-four over the cow's stall. You show him where it is."
    The farmer leaves, and a while later, the artificial insemination man arrives. Amy takes him down the rows of cows until she sees the nail.
    She says, "This is the one, right here."
    The man says, "How do you know?"
    Amy says, "By the nail over its stall."
    The man says, "What's the nail for?"
    Amy says, "I guess it's to hang your pants on."


    HAPPY HUMP DAY , SORRY RITA ............LOL cloudy and warm in Dixie , this is a yellow cardinal seen in Alabama , they they are so rare there is usually one sighting a year in north America . have a blessed day I have lots of notes to send I am blessed with good friends , not money , certainly not looks but great supportive friends ♥

    Meditation For The Day

    I will be more afraid of spirit-unrest, of soul- disturbance, of any ruffling of the mind, than of earthquake or fire. When I feel the calm of my spirit has been broken by emotional upset, then I must steal away alone with God, until my heart sings and all is strong and calm again. Uncalm times are the only times when evil can find an entrance. I will beware of unguarded spots of unrest. I will try to keep calm, no matter what turmoil surrounds me.

    "Take 2 minutes to send a thank-you note, email, or message to someone who recently helped you"

    February 21, 2018 at 14:34 UTC
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    20180220141748

    A young man comes home and says "Dad, just got my driver's license and would like to use the family car."
    Father replies, "O.K., son. But, first, you have to get good grades in school, keep your room clean, make the yard is neat, and cut your hair. Come back in a few months and then we'll see."
    Well, several months pass and the young man comes into the house with his report card in his hand. "Dad, I got great marks on my report card. I've been keeping my room as neat as a pin, and the yard is always ship-shape. How about letting me use the car?"
    Father replies, "That's all true, but son you didn't cut your hair."
    Son says, "But, dad, Jesus had long hair."
    Father replies, "Yes, son, you're perfectly right. And he walked everywhere he went."


    THIS WILL have to wait my back is killing me , had more x rays yesterday . have a blessed day spring bulbs coming up , hummers usually show up about the 3rd week in march ......................have a blessed day

    TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 26

    Before my recovery from alcoholism began, laughter was one of the most painful sounds I knew. I never laughed and I felt that anyone else’s laughter was directed at me! My self-pity and anger denied me the simplest of pleasures or lightness of heart. By the end of my drinking not even alcohol could provoke a drunken giggle in me. When my A.A. sponsor began to laugh and point out my self-pity and ego-feeding deceptions, I was annoyed and hurt, but it taught me to lighten up and focus on my recovery. I soon learned to laugh at myself and eventually I taught those I sponsor to laugh also. Every day I ask God to help me stop taking myself too seriously

    "Stand with your hands on your chest, jump up, open your arms and legs, and repeat 7 times"

    February 20, 2018 at 14:17 UTC
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    20180219192848

    i'll think i'll go nuts .......................more back xrays at the dr ...............have a blessed day

    A woman took a package to the post office to mail and was told it

    would cost $2.40 for fast delivery or $1.30 for slower service.

    "There is no hurry," she told the clerk, "just so the package is

    delivered in my lifetime."

    The postmaster glanced at her and said, "That will be $2.40, please."

    I was talking to a friend about something I didn't want to do but believed I needed to do anyway. I was dreading it and feeling irritable. Often when we talk like that, other people scowl and say, "Oh, don't let shoulds control your life. If you don't want to do it, don't."

    But this man understood. "At the risk of sounding old-fashioned," he said, "duty calls."

    What's there to say about duty? It's a job, for different reasons, that needs to be done - whether we really want to or feel like it.

    I learned about duty when my children, Nichole and Shane, were born. A lot of things needed to be done to take good care of them, whether I felt like doing all of those things or not.

    I learned throughout the years that even the most exciting jobs have uninteresting and sometimes distasteful duties. When I worked for a daily newspaper, I loved my job. I enjoyed covering front-page news. But many of the stories I was assigned to were duty stories.

    Sometimes a relative needs help. A parent may get sick, grow old, or become vulnerable or infirm. While we don't want to become duty-bound and strap our entire lives with shoulds, there are times in any relationship - family, romantic, or friend - when a code of honor rules and we do what we must.

    "I believe we have deeper duties too," a friend said. "If we've been given sobriety, spiritual growth, or gifts, I believe that it's our duty to pass those gifts along and share them when we're asked."

    Go ahead. Say arrrgh. Dread what you're about to do. I know, there are more interesting and exciting things calling your name. But for a moment, can you put those things aside?

    "Eat 1 chromium-rich food, such as lean meat, whole grain bread or cereal, nuts, or asparagus"

    February 19, 2018 at 19:28 UTC
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    20180218160559

    They are able because they think they are able.
    --Virgil

    For most of us, addiction was full of doubt. We stopped believing in ourselves. Our thoughts had turned to "stinkin' thinkin'." We didn't believe in much of anything. We didn't take risks. We always looked for the easier, softer way.
    In recovery, we start to believe again. We believe in the program. We believe in a Higher Power. We believe in people. And, over time, we believe in ourselves again. We become better at taking risks.
    We are able to stay sober because we believe, because we take risks. As we stay sober, we can face almost anything - with the help of others.
    Prayer for the Day
    Higher Power, I have learned to believe in You. Help me believe in myself. I have something to give to this world. Help me give it freely.
    Action for the Day
    Today, I'll list ten good points about myself. I'll go over these good points with a friend.

    I know these , I go back to the dr tomorrow to see how my " good cholesterol " is I have been giving myself injections in my stomach every two weeks instead of the pills . expensive but better than the statins , they just kill my legs . have a blessed Sunday be grateful . thanks for the E's .

    I needed some supplies from a Sunday school cupboard that was seldom used and was secured with a lock. I didn't know the combination, but our clergyman offered to give it a try.

    Father Jack placed his fingers on the lock's dial and raised his eyes heavenward for a moment. Then he confidently spun the dial and opened the lock.

    Seeing how impressed I was with this demonstration of faith, he smiled and confided, "The numbers are written on the ceiling."

    "Review the warning signs of a heart attack"

    February 18, 2018 at 16:05 UTC
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    20180217165851

    Today's Joke - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
    The police just pulled me over, he came up to my window and said, “papers?”

    I said, “ Scissors, I win” and drove off.

    I think he wants a re-match he’s been chasing me for 45 minutes.

    this one made me laugh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i'm having naughty thoughts ...........but I have things from my childhood what my ex didn't give away or throw away . I have a nice clombia jacket that I paid good money for my son won't wear it because he's rather wear a cheap hoodie his mother gave him ................I 'll put some thought into it and try and get my mind out of the gutter lol

    A.A. Thought for the Day

    We in A.A. must remember that we are offering something intangible. We are offering a psychological and spiritual program. We are not offering a medical program. If people need medical treatment, we call in a doctor. If they need a medical prescription, we let the doctor prescribe for them. If they need hospital treatment, we let the hospital take care of them. Our vital A.A. work begins when a person is physically able to receive it. Am I willing to leave medical care to the doctors?

    Meditation for the Day

    Each moment of your day, which you devote to this new way of life, is a gift to God. The gift of the moments. Even when your desire to serve God is sincere, it is not an easy thing to give up many of these moments: the daily things you had planned to do, given up gladly so that you can perform a good service or say a kind word. If you can see God's purpose in many situations, it will be easier to give God many moments of your day. Every situation has two interpretations - your own and God's. Try to handle each situation in the way you believe God would have it handled.

    Prayer for the Day

    I pray that I may make my day count somewhat for God. I pray that I may not spend it all selfishly.

    "Find something that you haven't used in months or years, and make a plan to donate it"

    February 17, 2018 at 16:58 UTC
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    Bob G. completed a pact with Elizabeth W. and won 345 bonus points February 17, 2018 at 9:16 UTC
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    20180216133953

    gm and TGIF , well i'm still on top of the ground , God still loves me and my back has eased up some , I bought a nice heating pad . have a blessed day cloudy here in Dixie ...................

    One night, this guy comes into a bar and asks the bartender for a drink. Then he asks for another. After a couple more drinks, the bartender gets worried.
    “What’s the matter?” the bartender asks.
    “My wife and I got into a fight,” explained the guy, “and she said she wasn’t going to talk to me for a whole 31 days.”
    The bartender thought about this for a while. “But, isn’t it a good thing that she isn’t talking to you?” asked the bartender.
    “Yeah, except today is the last day,” he muttered.



    Meditation For The Day

    I will try to be unruffled, no matter what happens. I will keep my emotions in check, although others about me are letting theirs go. I will keep calm in the face of disturbance, keep that deep, inner calm through all the experiences of the day. In the rush of work and worry, the deep, inner silence is necessary to keep me on an even keel. I must learn to take the calm with me into the most hurried days.

    "Think about yesterday's events, and pick out 3 things that happened that make you feel grateful"

    February 16, 2018 at 13:39 UTC
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    20180215141126

    my back is killin me , i'm afraid I have a ruptured disc , this will have to wait . ya'll have a blessed day .
    I gotta get out today I think i'll buy a heating pad . wow this hurts ......................

    I am a bus driver for high school kids. It is Christmas time, and the kids have all given me cards and presents.

    Now I'm thinking, "Man, I must be a good driver, and the kids even like me."

    I'm now home from work and have started to open the cards.

    On the inside of one card it says, "Thanks for not killing us yet. We really appreciate it."

    "Stand up straight, take a large step forward with your right foot, and slowly bend both knees"

    February 15, 2018 at 14:11 UTC
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