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  • I pledge to stay clean and sober for the next 24 hours. Just for today my thoughts will be on my recovery, living and enjoying life without the use of drugs.
  • I pledge to stay sober today
  • I pledge I will stay sober today
  • another wonderful day sober and happy
  • Pledging my 24 and happy to be here and see another lovely canine gracing the featured photo spot. Dogs make me happy :P
  • Happy to realize how wonderful 24 hours day after day are so rewarding. Thank you Hazelden for helping me see that (finally!!!!!)
  • I pledge to live in Mercy today. Given freely by my HP. And to remember..." As we forgive those..."
  • Happy Saturday !
    I pledge to stay clean and sober today. I can get through whatever emotions I am feeling today. It's ok to be sad and overwhelmed today. I pledge I will not seek comfort in my old self destructive behaviors .
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm in with my pledge today, to not drink alcohol, just a nice easy day of relaxing and knitting on the agenda. Hope you all have a good and sober Sath
    Sarah
  • Morning all, pledging another 24! Hope everyone has a good Saturday. Fall is coming - cold here today!
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  • Together
  • Content
  • Patients
  • Love
  • Twentyfour
  • self-esteem
  • Humble
  • Eager
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“Sometimes you don’t make progress, you hold on.”

“Sometimes you don’t make progress, you hold on.”

When I was new in recovery, there were many days when I felt I just wasn’t going to make it. I would see others take chips and cakes on their anniversaries, and I was pretty sure I’d be drunk tomorrow. When I met with my sponsor, he told me that even if I couldn’t see the progress I was making, others could. When he saw…
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I'm in less pain physically, emotionally, mentally
  • Hazelden
  • There is a lot meetings in my area.
  • I have some truly wonderful friends.
  • ...I always seem to receive exactly what I need. I don't understand how or why this works, but it always does. I'm grateful to feel secure.
    • Isn't it amazing how we spend so much time worrying about what is already there for us??!! Recognizing this is huge!....I hope you can see the tremendous growth and wisdom you now carry!
  • I am sober and approaching Sanity. God becomes more real everyday.
  • I just am!
  • I am both physically and mentally well!
  • The season is getting colder; but there is Cole in the coal bunker.
    Don't feel much like supermarket shopping; but I quite like "ready steady, cook and I have lots in the fridge to use up and save a bit of cash.

    Drop in temperature means our wee furry chums the mice are making there way into the warmth of the kitchen so sadly some rodent management measures have to be put in place; however the clear out and clean up has given a new shine to the kitchen.

    Life happens but attitude can change how we can accept it.
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