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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

False Alarms

I was kind of worried about someone earlier today. Hadn't heard from him in a while. I'm sure I was over-reacting a bit. For someone in recovery, though, if you don't hear back from them fairly quick, your imagination can go pretty wild. Doubly so when that person is your sponsor. All turned out well. I was able to track him down and we chatted for a while. I guess I know, now, to a very small extent what would go through the minds of my loved ones when I went MIA. It's really f***ed up, and I can never be more sorry.

The rest of my day went well. Work was fine. We had a truck, but my friend the truck driver has apparently been reassigned. I haven't heard from him since that night he called. He's a good guy, but in his case, assuming the bad may not be far off the mark. He'd been making alot of progress, but I could tell he wasn't actually getting it. Ya know what I mean? I'll pray for him tonight and give him another call tomorrow.

Well.... It's a very early day coming up and I have lots on my to-do list. I do believe that I am going to kick back in my boxers and watch something on Netflix until time to go to bed.

Goodnight and have a blessed day!


  1. At last I am rested enough to follow up on my favourite blogs! And reading what you write is a marvel. You are doing so well and I'm amazed of the incredibly caring and goodhearted man that you are.

    I hope you get your good night's sleep and dream sweet dreams!

  2. Thank you for reading, Riversurfer! I enjoy reading your's as well. And congrats on the new job! That peace of mind and stability makes a world of difference.

    Thanks again for the wonderful words. Hope you're having a good night. :)