It’s a good day. I did not have insomnia last night. I slept 9 hours! I was able to get up with a little bit of energy. Ate a balanced breakfast and lunch. Got out of the house for a few hours. No SI urges – at all.
It’s important to have these kinds of days. Though they may be few and far between, days of functionality are important to this person in recovery. I know it is a gift from God. After all, He created this day, He created me and just for today I can receive His gift of life.
A God day. One that is filled with thoughts of Him and His provision. That’s how I want all my days to be – even on the more difficult days. Especially on the more difficult days.