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5:30 pm - AA Zoom Meeting (Open to All)

8 pm - HBFF Alumni (Open to All)


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  • I'm here to pledge a sober Friday!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    I'm in....
    We're in......
    And we do it well when we stay together and celebrate each other like this!

    Let's do it gang! Hugs on Everyone........thomas
  • Here for my promise to be alcohol free today!
  • Good morning to all! With much willingness and courage, I pledge to live in recovery for the next 24 hours!
  • In for another day.
  • Pledging another full 24 hours in recovery
  • Along with the Serenity Prayer and acceptance I surrender pledging another 24✌️
  • Giving my pledge to appreciate my life just the way it is- and not to drink today...
  • Pledging sobriety just for today.😊
  • Awesome day to all ! To another 24, yes
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  • Consistently
  • Fit
  • tenacity
  • Thankful
  • Slowly
  • Goals
  • Courage
  • Love
  • Friends
  • refresh
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On This Day (#OTD)

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Encouragement and support are contagious, too. This is the place to catch them. Take a deep breath. Take the pledge. Take a minute to say a kind word. Can't make a meeting out there? Check the schedule and catch one right here in our chatrooms

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I’m learning.
  • A bright brilliant blue jay! he did not eat out of my hand, but he did linger on my fencepost long enough be properly admired
  • ......a squirrel came and took a peanut from my hand this morning and with a moment's gratitude of staring back at me....scampered off. Such a delightful moment!
  • When my career slows down I can give myself permission to regroup and rest
  • in all times of uncertainty I can trust in the moral courage I've gained through the principles of the steps. I can overcome my fear of uncertainty only through moral courage with consistent and ethical values and actions that "stay in the moment" and lead to the next right thing.
  • TGIF!
  • Friends and friendships.
  • I'm healthy, reasonably content, and if I don't already have all I need for today, I trust it will come to me
  • an attitude of responsibility is engaging and fulfilling. I choose to be accountable. Through this responsibility to my recovery I have changed and I continue to learn and grow.
  • God loves me, for family and friends, daily pledge, my best life, I could go on and on thx hp
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