More flooding





The places where I have logged hundreds, if not thousands, of miles are under water.  Nearly every creek in Colorado has a trail beside it, and those have been some of my favorite places to run.

Don’t get me wrong – I am not complaining.  So many have lost their homes, some have lost their lives.  I am high and dry and safe, and expect to remain so.  I could go on and on with all the places I love that have been destroyed, but what’s the point.

Went to my old group this morning for the first time in at least a couple of years.  It confirmed my original decision to leave it.  I saw people I loved and have missed, but I don’t think I miss them enough to go to that sick group.   You know, most of us “religious” folks keep our mouths shut about it, why can’t atheists and agnostics do the same.   I found out in the meeting today that Christians are narcissistic because they think they can just ask forgiveness once a week and never change their behavior.  Wow.  Good to know…. she says, dripping with sarcasm.

No thanks, I have a group, full of people who have successfully stayed sober for decades all in a row.  I can go there and listen to the solution not b.s. opinions.  So, thank God for that!

I am making a huge pot of vegetable soup today.  I can’t wait until all of those fresh veggies soften up so I can eat some of it!  It smells heavenly.  Nothing like veggie soup in late summer when you don’t have to buy one thing in a can.  It is all fresh.

That’s it for me.  Please pray for those affected by the floods.  More rain is expected tonight.


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10 Responses to More flooding

  1. Syd says:

    The soup sounds delicious. It’s still too hot here for soup but is cooling down tomorrow. Hope that you have a great day.

  2. daisyanon says:

    Heard about the flooding on the radio here in the UK today and thought of you. Praying for all affected.

  3. Hope says:

    Have been thinking of you and hoping you were ok so am relieved to read that you are. The pictures on the news are mind boggling.
    I have stifled the urge to say in a meeting – I am religous, not spiritual.

  4. I’ve been thinking of you as I’ve watched the news reports. So glad you’re high and dry and safe.

  5. Ms S says:

    I also thought of you when I heard about the flooding you’re area is experiencing. I am relieved you are ok and wish you well to get safely through the rain x

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