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  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • 24h sober 1000 volunteers showed up to clean up. Quiet over night one more night of curfew. Thank you for prayers for Mpls! Let peace prevail unity! Karen v
  • Another beautiful morning. One day at a time. Another 24.
  • I pledge another day of sobriety with Gods help
  • Here for another 24hours sober
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  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery. I'm very grateful my neighborhood is whole and safe this morning. Praying for a path to healing for all those who are suffering.
  • I am in for 24.
  • I will not end up like so many who have died of this disease - in 4 24!
  • Good morning (((((Everyone))))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Looking forward to catching several friends for chats by phone. Hope you all have a good and sober Sun.\
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Overthinking Leads to Underserving

When a slight veil of coronavirus restriction lifted, my husband received notice that he could return to work. While the excitement for that bit of freedom was tangible, I felt a tingle of fear. However, I carried on and cheered for the truth that this pandemic is just our right now and not our forever.  

That morning of his first day back, I drove him to the front door. Before he stepped out of the car, I looked him…

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Panic?? Why??

I wll not agrgue that the Corona Virus has alterd (temporarly) our society. Cause for panic? Absolutley Not!

When I was drinking I was the ultimate chicken little., "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" I loved it! I used to thrive on crisis.

Needless to say I spent a whole lt of wasred time and energy in running in circles.

Recovery has given me the ability to step back and dispassionately evaluate the situation. Before I start running in circles and screaming, "The…

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I'm alive and present this morning.
  • I'm alive and not in an institution or jail.
  • I am confident that much change for the good will come from all of the unrest and turmoil we are enduring currently. There is always a plan if we have commitment and belief!
  • i obeyed the curfew, i can follow direction
  • I have been given the gift of caring guidance from my God and my fellows in recovery. I'm grateful now to accept the responsibility of caring for others as God's will for me.
  • The universe smiles on me and my foolishness. Grateful that I haven’t committed any acts that require amends.
  • the fellowship within all of us in recovery has provided readiness for me. This spirit of readiness given by others leads me to "pay it forward" to serve others.
  • I have faith in myself,and my higher power
  • Every day is a learning experience.
  • I had a good night's sleep and feel rested this morning.
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