Post Tagged with: "Alcoholics Anonymous"

Marking the 75th Anniversary. . .

I just returned Tuesday night from the 75th AA International Convention in San Antonio, thus my absence from the blog site.  It was a wet, very humid event but filled with great talks, lots of encounters with friends, new and old, and for me, 9 hours of greeting friends and […]

By July 10, 2010 10 comments Karen's Musings

The view from here is awesome. . .

As I mentioned in my last blog, Joe and I were headed back to MN for the summer months.  We arrived safely yesterday but the trip feels longer and harder every year.  That may be the advancing age and the fact that we travel in a Ford Escape, a great […]

The holidays can bring out the best or the worst in us. . .

I have always loved the holidays.  I love the sparkling lights, the decorations, the carols and giving gifts to loved ones to let them know they matter to me.  I have fond memories of how my family celebrated Christmas.  We kids woke up early and hurried downstairs to see the […]

Bill W and Dr. Bob. . .

Last evening a number of us listened to the talk Bill Wilson gave the very evening of Dr. Bob Smith’s death.  We sat mesmerized.  Very recently I had seen the play of Bill and Dr. Bob at The Illusion theater in Minneapolis, and it was powerful, indeed.  But hearing Bill, […]