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  • Happy Sunday yes I do!
  • Morning all, joining all of you with my pledge for another 24 hours of sobriety. Have a good day.
  • Pledging another 24, and so grateful to be doing so.
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    I'm so encouraged reading down the pages here....the gratitudes...and my wondering of what all the "one words" mean to each person each day. How we can all be so apart physically and in distance and yet so close in how common and similar we all live out, feel, and experience life and are so much alike as we are so much different at the same time.
    It's also such a relax and "just be" time for me here. With all the radical changes I have been creating in this new phase of my life, especially with my business, my music and all the performances and it's interactions....this is one of the places I come each day to just relax, back up, and take a look around .....and embrace life even more. And for today.... a very good way to wrap up a very nice weekend.

    Let's keep doing gang.....together. Big Hugs on Everyone! thomas
  • Pledging another 24 and heading to a meeting before work today.
  • In 4 24!
  • Grateful to be alive and sober this morning. Aiming for grace for another day.
  • Count me in for another 24
  • In with my pledge for another 24 hours of grateful sobriety.
  • 24 more!
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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 gaining strength each and every day, giving me the ability to fight back those urges to drink that suddenly come upon me. I will need this strength even more in a week and a half, as I'm traveling with my family back to my birth place to attend my brothers memorial. The emotional roller coaster surrounding this has been heart wrenching. Some family members life revolves around alcohol, so this on top of saying goodbye to my brother.....I have given myself a safe place to go to, when the going gets rough. One minute, one moment at a time.
  • So looking forward to my Sunday morning AA meeting - our club is finally reopened after the hurricane
  • I watched the sun rise, took the dog for a drive and a walk. It was so peaceful and quiet for city living on a early Sunday morning. I usually don't allow my dog to sit in the front seat but today I did as a treat. He was buckled in and was just watching everything around him. Life is better with pets.
  • Great plans for today!
  • I got a good nights sleep and my cold seems to be receding. My mental capacity is returning and I don't feel so old today.
  • ............I stopped looking in the rear view mirror and let it go. Miracles really do happen!
  • I'm in less pain physically, emotionally, mentally
  • Hazelden
  • There is a lot meetings in my area.
  • I have some truly wonderful friends.
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