Tuesday, April 07, 2009

1300 posts

Gee, I guess I have been doing this for a while.

I love that I can do a word search on my blog and find things.  

Like how many migraines I have had recently.

When I was dating someone and when it fell apart.

When he died.

How many times I have said things like "powerless."

How many times I have just been grateful.

Big events in my life (and small) are all here.

Since September 2005.

I sure miss some of the old bloggers.

And I am grateful for those who remain.

Thank you.


Syd said...

I've enjoyed every step of the journey that I've been on with you here. Thanks for sharing all those things.

Steve E. said...

"I sure miss some of the old bloggers.

And I am grateful for those who remain.

Thank you."

No, Mary. Thank YOU!

If you, and a few others were not here, why should I stay. I've been sober long enough to allow myself to enjoy the company of people I like, and who think (AA) like I do.

And one day, I'll be here blong enough to reminisce, count the blessings, and smile with the wonderful memories!

Scott W said...

Just like the days of our lives. Guess we are still here like the cockroaches!

Trailboss said...

Your blog is one of my favorites. You tell it like it is.

Ed G. said...

1300 articles - if you're an alcoholic of my variety, that's a lot of blogs between drinks...

Thanx so much for keeping the software alive until I could get here...

Blessings and aloha...

dAAve said...

That surprises me.
You don't look a day over 1200!

A. Miles said...

No easy feat!
LOL@DAAve's comment!

Pam said...

I think maybe blogging is making me older.

Steve E. said...

Using a calculator, I find that, at the rate I'm blogging, I have 3 years and 3 months to go before I hit 1300 entries.

I know, I know, don't compare. IDENTIFY!

OK, I'll identify--I really like, and learn much from your blogs, Mary!

raino said...

gotta work on that powerless thing eh. yeah, that IS a long time!

Banana Girl said...

And, My friend, I am grateful for your words, thoughts, and prayers. Congrats on a wonderful literary journey. In sobriety! J