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  • Pledging sobriety for the next 24 more hours. Admittedly, living in a storm that's not mine to bear, sometimes tempts me to the drink, but I've come to realize that all I can do is batton down the hatches, put my raincoat on, and hope for it to pass soon. A drink will only make my senses number. have a great day all.
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to not drink alcohol today. Meeting an old friend for coffee this afternoon, so that should be fun. Hope you all have a good and sober Fri., and stay warm.
    Sarah
  • Pledging to live clean and in God’s grace for the next 24!
  • Pledging not to drink today!
  • Pledge all-in sobriety for 24 hours!
  • Grateful to be alive and sober this morning. Aiming for grace for another day.
  • I pledge 24 hours of sobriety!
  • Good Morning Everyone, Here bright and early to start my day. I pledge another day of sobriety, with the help of God!
  • TGIF!!!! 24 more hours and no way any booze for me.
  • I will not drink or use today.
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  • Family!
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  • Patience
  • Complete
  • Brave
  • Latte (well deserved)
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  • Compassion
  • Kindness
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I started a new job and new career since I got sober 141 days ago, at an assisted living facility for people with dementia.  My previous career had been in software, and I knew I wanted to do something completely different now, something where I was working with people, some kind of helping profession.  Honestly, working with the elderly hadn't been on my radar.  Far from it.  Before now, I had very limited experience with the elderly, and a vague fear about nursing homes and the like. …

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  • My sister and brother in law have both been dealing with health issues and just heard there problems are treatable. They are both very important to me and a big part of my life.
    • So happy to hear they will be okay!
  • Hubby and I decided to take a last minute camping trip. Hooking up the camper and heading to the woods for the weekend. Exactly what this girl needs!!!! Just gotta get through work, and we’re off.
  • I feel centered even though work is causing I a lot of distress.
  • I am back to a month of sobriety as of today and coincidentally it is also my birthday. Once you slip it really does get harder to stay sober.
    • Hope you had a great birthday and what a gift to yourself ,SOBRIETY!
    • Congratulations! I know from experience how hard it is to come back and start from day one.
    • Happy, Happy Birthday (((Michelle)))) for both reasons. You are a gift to us all !! Enjoy the day of celebrating just YOU!
    • Happy Birthday. I understand. It's just a day at a time and today you have 30 days. The time you have had in the past still counts even if it's not continuous sobriety. Keep trying and doing like you are.
  • I can spot some instances of restlessness and irritability without reacting.
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