Saturday, November 19, 2011

the most important thing i've learned in a.a.:

humility. and how to make really bad bad coffee. and you know what? it's humbling!?!?!?!?!

sorry. anyways, back to piqua this weekend at some point. mild weather till whenever. it's just that the nights make it hard to sleep when i'm very cold, and hard to make synax agree with itself.

that's deep. you guys?


rundeep said...

I think syntaxes are a great way to raise grammar.

topazz said...

if you email me your mailing address, I will gladly send you one of the ten or eleven electric blankets we found in my mom's linen closet (a woman who was born wearing a sweater) I already sent a bunch of them down to West Chester U with my sons, who live off-campus in a house that sounds remarkably similar to yours (except they're actually being charged to rent it)

Cindy said...

I'm all for syntaxes on the top 1%.

When they go deeper than that the mud takes over.

The best thing about humility learned in 12 step rooms is that it is humbling without humiliation. I like that.