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Pledge Now to Live Another 24 Hours in Recovery

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  • I pledge I will stay sober today
  • Blessings to all as i move through another 24.
  • Busy morning-- pledging late, but hope everyone is having a super day! Will not drink today.
  • Here I am for another 24. Lovely, crisp fall day. Enjoy the present, everyone.
  • Thankfully pledging another day of sobriety
  • I'm in for another twenty four
  • I will remain sober today (40days)
    • so happy for you, you are a great example!
  • Pledging for today
  • It's going to be a great day! Staying sober to be a part of it! Have a great day everybody!
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I was shown again-- that when you sincerely ask, you will receive. Always grateful!
  • I had a chance to spend 4 days with two wonderful and supportive friends. So grateful for these friends.
  • 1) So grateful I did not have to be nervous and concern about having a nail in my tire, acceptance of living in life terms.
    2) I woke up this morning
    3) I so grateful I did not disappeared years during my relapsed
    4) I am so grateful I returned to this wonderful living.
    5) I am grateful for every little things that life has to offer.
  • ...I am grateful to no longer count the days....but to make the days count instead. Quantity means nothing more than itself...just a bigger or longer number. Quality means everything and it's up to me to unwrap it all.
  • I'm tired but it's a "feel good" tired not a hungover tired; I had a good 2nd day at my part-time job and am grateful I can be okay with the feelings of a new job; and above all I have another day of sobriety and enjoying my life!
  • I have been allowed another chance at recovery. Thanks everyone for the help.
  • I am rested, content and ready to tackle the week
  • I'm living a life with purpose.
  • I have a wonderful, supportive family!
  • I am present for myself and others.
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