Daily Prompt: Shock
OK, it’s kind of a stretch, but I just have to get back to posting daily, so here goes:
What a shock to realize how long it’s been since I’ve done a Daily Prompt! Looking at my index, October 6 was the last time!
I knew there’d be some reduction in the frequency during the close of last year, but I wasn’t planning on that much.
A lot has happened since then. We’ve completed the downsizing move and are working on settling in. I have a desk in a room I call an office (and I’m sitting at it now). November had a major interruption of being hospitalized again.
But, those things are completed, and it’s time to get back to “work.”
Thanks for hanging in there with me, and for all the time you spend reading my posts. I’d love to hear from you, so feel free to leave a comment!
Daily Prompt: Deny – The First of the Twelve Steps
Step 1: We admitted we were powerless over our addictions and compulsive behaviors, that our lives had become unmanageable.
Step One of any Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)-inspired addiction recovery program is all about denial; that is, stepping out of denial.
When it dawns on us that we have a real problem, a big problem, a really big problem, beyond our own ability to solve, we’re poised for Step One.
Actually, this is the starting point for any healing plan of action, from any obsessive, addictive, compulsive, or self-destructive habit.
It is the hardest yet the easiest step. Continue reading “Daily Prompt: Deny – The First of the Twelve Steps”
Daily Prompt: Tentative
Walter Casey, where are you? All those years ago, it was you who called me “Partial Marshall.”
I have never forgotten. Continue reading “Daily Prompt: Tentative”