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  • Better late than never...the pledge still stands.
  • 24 hours please
  • In for another 24!
  • I pledge 24 hours of sobriety
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    What a nice quiet hour again this morning. There is something about being out with nature, the critters, and the songs of the morning birds that seems to bring a naturally created peace to begin the day with.
    My reflections during that hour was how life as a whole is so much more of a calm and peaceful way to live today. Oh My...how we can complicate, analyze, evaluate, and compare in panic the simplest of matters. Things that will mean very little or nothing within a day or so become all consuming, whirlwinds of thoughts and wreak havoc within otherwise more useful and calmer days. Almost always, the solution lies in knowing that less is actually more. As easy as asking, "How genuinely urgent is this right now....really?" when our minds start to play panic games can guide us to either take an action or place it on a priority list...and then let it go either way having done what today provides us to do.

    So many of our moments are not nearly as urgent as we think they are.
    Learning to calm myself and choose peace instead solves so very many moments into a smoother day's journey.

    Speaking of the journey....let's walk today's together gang!
    Big Hugs on Everyone! thomas
  • Grateful for another day I can pledge sobriety for 24.
  • I gratefully pledge another 24 hours of sobriety
  • "Without wisdom, how could we learn to give ourselves credit for how far we have come"...pledging another 24!
  • Hi everyone , I pledge not to drink for the next 24 hours.
  • Pledge 24 hours to stay sober. Serenity.....Courage......and Wisdom.
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Tribute to Mom

Yesterday I heard some bad news about my mother.  She has been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer and does not have much longer to be with us.  I will travel 500 miles north this weekend to go spend, what will be the last Mother's day that I will get to spend with her in this lifetime.

Mom is 91 years old.  Until the fall of last year, she lived independently in a condo.  Still drove a car and cared for herself.  Quite remarkable for 90 years of age.  My dad passed away in 2004 so…

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  • I relaxed on my day off but knocked some things off my checklist as well :)
  • my dog loves me.
  • I have a wonderful dog in my life.
  • I'm establishing a new relationship
  • of all the inspiring words I read on this site everyday. Thank you all
  • the sun in shining, and it looks to be a spectacular day!
  • Woke this morning to the dreadful new in Manchester. The citizens of this city had been victim of an IRA bombing in 1996. In 1998 I was on a buying trip for a fashion store, staying in the newly rebuilt city centre, the contrast between the traditional grand architecture and thee modern should have been a stark contrast, however the amazing attitude of the people of Manchester blended the seams of old and new with something stronger than steel and concrete.
    The very worst in people brings out the very best in others.
    My thoughts are with all touched by the events of last night.
    • Thought and prayers for all those in Manchester
  • So grateful for that some medical re-testing came back all clear!
  • The rain stopped and the sun came out.
    The active addiction stopped and my son is back.
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