Thursday, September 29, 2011

Today's Nuts and Bolts (besides me)

My mom went into AA when I was 15. Alateen, a group for children of alcoholics, saved my life and the Twelve Steps and the Serenity Prayer became lifelong tools that I try to use.

God, grant me the Serenity to Accept the things I cannot Change,
The Courage to Change the things I can,
And the Wisdom to Know the Difference.

What I CANNOT Change today:
* my high calcium blood test result
* whatever the results of the other blood tests are going to be

What I CAN Change:
* what I focus (obsess) on
* what I do today
* what I put in my mouth
* what I put in my head

I need to keep this in mind and focus on what I can change.

I'm wearing my Serenity Prayer bracelet on my right (non-dominant) wrist today to help me remember. It bothers me on my non-dominant wrist which, in turn, serves as a constant reminder.

And I really need to find my silliness. It's hidden underneath my anxiety. But I need to get it out and wear it. I'm sick of this other shit.



  1. I bet your silliness is hiding somewhere in those size 16 capris!

    btw...I'm wearing size 16 capris today too!

  2. Well, you fit into them much better than me. I'm going home to take them off and make sure my lower half is still there.