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10588883087?profile=RESIZE_710x "Yesterday's Home Runs don't win Today's Games"
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       Not drinking is success. That's it in a nutshell. When anyone doesn't drink one day at a time everything that poisoned and so negatively consequenced our lives dissapates and goes away. Having accomplished what…

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    Periodically I get the sniffles. When this happens, my brain seems to catapult backwards into some form of pre sobriety state where everything is black or dark grey. Its like I have a big depression button and the neighbor kids are using it for a trampoline. While this sounds pretty dismal it is actually a pretty normal thing for me. Since I moved to a more patalbel climate than the UP of Michigan, I have not been sick once. It has been well over three years since my normal annual bout…

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  • Tempted to attend farewell party for neighbor leaving our townhouses community. The invite "come have a glass of wine"! Now it's getting serious my alchohol of choice! No! I told my self I've got 27 yrs sobering may 26th how could I even think of going but I am lonely and feeling blue! I'm counting my blessings. My brother had a stroke in April and doing great. This stroke aged him and I see it but hard to consider everything. My other brother said he wanted to take a break and not be available. Great for me I guess just to make decisions on behalf of my brothers needs and no disagreement. The whole experience is settling down and rehab done and my brother back to independent living with driving support. Happy Father's Day to all who are father's!
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