Monday, August 24, 2009

The road...

We took a trip to Delta on Friday, then through Ouray and over Red Mountain Pass to Durango (some of my favorite scenes on the planet - the picture is not mine as we didn't take the time to get one of our own this trip but the vista is from Red Mountain Pass on the way out of town) on Saturday morning, back home Saturday night and then had our last meeting before the CO State Convention on Sunday.

It was an AA-filled weekend - talking with sponsees along the way, always aware of "what's next" and precious fellowship and AA service opportunities along the way.

I've whined in this blog in the past about being over committed and having too full a life. This weekend, knowing that I was going to probably feel that way again, I decided to just surrender and look for where I could be of service in each step of the way.

I didn't succeed 100% of the time (I usually don't).

But, in general, by putting one foot in front of the other and trying to have a positive, useful attitude, I got to see some of the prettiest country on the planet, was able to be useful to a drunk or 2 and, staid sober and healthy.

That's just good enough...

3 comments:

Susan DeAngelis said...

Drinking in the wonder of it all, with AA shining on your shoulder... it's a beautiufl thing.

:)
Sue

Mary Christine said...

I just went to Delta to visit my sponsor (I don't know why I think it is OK to put that on your blog but not mine... but I do.)

Syd said...

It sounds like a great trip. So glad that you decided to go with the flow. I like having a positive attitude also.