Maybe if some of my old-school friends read that, they would say "How can you say that, don't you remember what he did to YOU?!" Well, that is hardly the point. The point is, in recovery we need to be responsible for ourselves. We do not focus on the harm another may or may not have caused us, that only leads to pain and bitterness. We focus on ourselves and what we can do to repair the harm we have caused, and then live in such a way to at least try not to cause more harm.
I am grateful that I had a very productive week at work. I have a weekend without very many plans. I have a new green hoodie to wear this morning. I have those socks to knit (see picture), and I am enjoying it immensely. I am going to the 6:30 meeting and then to meet my sponsee at a local coffee establishment (not Starbuck's) to do some seventh step stuff. I get to go to church tonight, and might get to confession this afternoon. This is a step-back week in my training, so I won't have a l-o-n-g run tomorrow, just 4 miles.
I love Saturday mornings.