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  • Good morning all. Gratefully pledging 24 hours with this thought;
    Today, I will remember that feelings are an important part of my life. I will be open to my feelings in family life, in friendships, in love, and at work. I will feel my feelings without judging myself.
  • Good morning all, pledging another 24 hours in recovery. Have a good day!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    So nice to come to our place here with a fresh day and a fresh cup of coffee.

    May sound silly or strange, but I often smile on just how much truth and wonderful the original stories and poems of A.A. Milne have shown me through the original writings of Winnie the Pooh. Like today in my morning quiet hour Pooh was advising Piglet in one of those stories. He said,

    "You can't stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes."

    How fortunate I am to have so many, many friends. Some are nearby for wonderful coffee or lunch and some are wonderfully nearby through places like emails and right here. I also realize that most of them are now so pleasantly in my life because there was a time I came to them and reached out. There are so many people who would love to be a part of our lives, our recoveries, and our friendships. Sometimes they will come to you.....but it's amazing when we discover just how much wonderful and many is out there for us if we just reach out, get involved, and share ourselves. Ya gotta reach to get the good stuff!

    Let's roll this day's journey out together gang! Hugs on Everyone........thomas
  • One more 24
  • Grateful to be pledging another day.
  • Dealing with a lot of stress these days, but taking it one day at a time - in 4 24!
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • I pledge another day of sobriety with gods help
  • My attitude of gratitude begins with my daily pledge for another great day living in recovery
  • I am here to pledge another 24 hours to recovery
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  • Confidence
  • Loved
  • Stressful
  • Awed
  • peaceful
  • Focused
  • Travel
  • Patience
  • Breeze
  • Details
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • Just simply learning to live again without drinking.
  • .....every time I think it just can't get better than gets better than this. Even on the darkest days I've had....there is an inner joy that never leaves.
  • My wife is getting the care she needs.
  • I have the chance to live again
  • The beauty of nature.
  • I have a warm place to live.
  • Receiving and giving back.
  • When I'm hungry, there are limitless choices I get to make and always plenty. So many in this world are just trying to find even one choice for a meal. I'm reminded today not to take this for granted......and to give somewhere that doesn't have the blessing of an always full plate.
  • I am growing
  • I love my home
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