A New Day

This whole thing started out as me wanting to take a picture of the cross at the church where I go to meetings two nights a week. I took it tonight, in the dark, and it just didn’t look right. And of course I also had this new crow that I got at the library today.

That being said… here I am again, up too late—trying to make something out of both the crow and the church. Killing two birds with one stone, you might say.

I like how the windows come through the crow. It’s late, so I’m calling it finished.


I was thinking that I’ve been spending an awful lot of time on these projects, but I realized something today. For one, I enjoy it- and two, it’s something that’s teaching me how to live sober, you know?

When I was in the hospital in March, a woman came to see me and we talked about God, and how I relapsed so many times in a year and a half. She told me that when you remove a bad habit, you need to replace it with a good one. Focus more on the new, and you soon forget about the old, bad habits.

And it’s true. I never think about drinking anymore. Not at all!