Up at the crack of dawn I am.
My plan is to grab some hot coffee and head to the gym. I am actually craving the gym I missed my workout yesterday.
I seem to be on the verge to giving in to the stress all around me.
My workouts empower me. Help me feel strong and capable.
It is one thing I have control over in my life.
I am still working on moving past R. I have not spoken to him since Sunday morning. This will be day three of no R contact.
It is getting easier. I believe now that I was addicted to him. Or rather the thought of him.
So I am borrowing the the AA mantra: "One day at a time". But really, in my life it is more like taking one moment at a time.
And now, with my son facing diversion for his DUI, I am reading about the AA philosophy. The "Serenity Prayer" has always resonated with me in its profound simplicity. I did not realize, however that it is a snippet of a longer prayer: