Category Archive: lifestyle

Excuse Me, Are You Gay?

Arizona lawmakers pass a bill that will allow “faith” based refusal of service to gays and others. It sounds to me like a license to discriminate.  Period. Here it is in further detail….… Continue reading

com·pas·sion | kəmˈpaSHən | Noun

Why did getting sober lead me to a more honest, compassionate life? com·pas·sion kəmˈpaSHən noun sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. “the victims should be treated with compassion”… Continue reading

The Alcoholic Smokescreen

I relate to this poster so much!  It’s perfect!  I remember those drinking days.  Feeling insecure and not good enough. Feeling fearful…a fraud that someone was going to find out about.  The drink… Continue reading

Sunday Funday Foto(s)

Photo sharing day!    

Flying Saucer Eyes

As Thom Yorke says in his song “Atoms For Peace” No more going to the dark side with your flying saucer eyes No more falling down a wormhole that I have to pull… Continue reading

Tux Is At It Again

Tux is just too cute.  Our newest little rescue!  She sleeps in the cutest positions! And she sure has made herself at home here. My girlfriend and I have a really happy family… Continue reading

Dear Emotions, Stop Dictating My Life!

There is this thing called Emotional Sobriety.  It can be a confusing term for some.  Does it mean being happy, joyous, and free?  Not exactly.  Emotional Sobriety is not so much about how one… Continue reading

933 Days of Clean Blood

Today marks 933 days of continuous sobriety for me.  That equals 2 years, 6 months, and 18 days.  Wow.  Wait what?  This can’t be for real!  I couldn’t function without alcohol.  I couldn’t… Continue reading

The Pigeons Are Hungry~

It is winter, as we all know.  And on the East Coast, there is no way of forgetting winter is present.  It is bitter cold.  Today it is 25 degrees and snowing.  Yesterday… Continue reading

Gobble.

It is this time of year that Turkeys are generally thought of as nothing more than a main course for dinner.  I admit, I once ate turkey for thanksgiving and christmas.  But since… Continue reading