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Grapevine : December 2011
The man in the mirror “The other day I nearly succumbed to a bout of narcissism. I just don’t know what’s come over me, me, me, me.” Terrance B. Mixed messages One of my duties as a Eu- charistic minister for our church is to visit patients at the Veteran’s Hospital and offer them Commu- nion if they so desire. I am also a member of AA. One day I was visiting a patient and asked him if he wanted Communion. He told me that because of his past drinking, it was too late for him. I told him of the kind of person I used to be and how I discovered a loving and forgiving God through my program, re- citing several AA quotes. He looked at me strangely and said that hehadbeentoalotof AA meetings and asked, “When did we start offer- ing Communion?” Rick R. Clancy, Mont. I’ll show her! A lobster told a crab she couldn’t continue to date him because he walked sideways, and until he learned to walk straight she wouldn’t see him any more. The next day the lobster saw the crab coming toward her on the beach, and he was walk- ing straight. Overjoyed, she ran to the crab and said, “I knew you could walk straight! Now I’m ready to date you again!” The crab slurred, “Whad- daya mean, I’m walking shhhtraight?” Paul C. Oceanside, Calif. At Wit’s End Below is the winner of last month’s caption contest. Visit our website at www.aagrapevine.org to see previous winners or to submit a caption! Grapevine Caption Contest “ Thank you all for attending this month’s group conscience meeting. Here are a few items we need to go over.” -Anonymous aagrapevine.org 55 GRAPE_55.indd 55 10/28/11 2:25 PM