Flagstaff Lake in Eustis Maine. It's in the western mountains, that's Bigelow Mountain that you can see. See the first comment for more.
Busy day ahead for me, but I'll visit my wife first, she has reached the point where she'll be sent to rehab at a nursing home, no visitors then (because of CoVid 19).
None of us ever wanted to be addicts. Many see addiction as an obstacle that slows us down and holds us back; while that might be the case, in recovery we learn that our disease can give us a new level of understanding. Now that we are sober, we are blessed to be open to others and patient with ourselves. Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf, told of how her problems became her biggest gift. Through them, she found true meaning in her life.
We can accept our handicap—our addiction—and learn from it. The truth is, we’re all handicapped in some way. Recovery is about facing our addiction and learning to live with it. When we come face to face with our handicaps and our obstacles, we discover our need for our Higher Power.
From the book: Keep It Simple.....