My side of the street

Blog URL:http://jeremiahaandrews.com/
Blog Tags:gay, sober, religion, theology, hiv aids, lgbtq, recovery
Country:Canada
State/Province:Quebec
Location:montreal

We are a sober based blog. Talking about recovery, HIV?AIDS, religion, theology and life along with LGBTQ Issues



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The weather has gotten dreary, wet, humid and miserable. Thanks to tropical storm Cindy. She stormed the gulf coast, and now she is making it rain here, and it is supposed to rain for the next three days. Which meant numbers were down. But we had a g...

It was a beautiful day today. I did some shopping early on, and hosted one of my guys for another week of Big Book reading, (Read: Booking). I opened and set up the meeting, since many of our folks are away for a few weeks, so we are low on workers f...

The Passing of Sly

on Jun 21, 2017 in: LGBT, Photography

Sly was a huge part of the LGBT Community. His photography is Legend. I learned of his passing just a few minutes ago. I pay tribute to his contribution to our community, and share my thoughts on his passing.   There will never be another Sly Ha...

I have been riding a wave of feeling good, looking good, and hopeful that my medical condition was about to get much better with labs on the table coming today. I was terribly Disappointed with my doctor visit today. Yes, I have lost some serious wei...

The month of June is coming to a close. And this evening was the last “reading” meeting of the month. Last week, June 10th, (1935) was the 82nd anniversary of Dr. Bob’s first full day of sobriety. This also marks the first day of th...

In the Original Manuscript of the Big Book, on page 26 of that manuscript, Step Seven reads: Humbly, on our knees, asked Him to remove our shortcomings, holding nothing back. There are such religious notions, peppered throughout the Original Manuscri...

It was a full and beautiful day. And Now I Know … After a year of searching, talking and listening, Now I Know, what it is I am supposed to be doing. Now I know, what brings me joy. Now I know, who I need to be with. Now I know, that friends I...