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  • I will stay sober today. Busy day at work today but only one more week to go before a break.
  • Hi everyone-I has a slip, but picked myself up and started again today! I’m pledging 24 hours !! Thank you everyone!!
    • Well done for coming back. Take care of yourself.
  • Gratefully in for another 24 hours!
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  • Gratefully pledging to live in recovery for this 24, and thankful for this community's support
  • Morning all, pledging another 24 hours of sobriety. Life keeps going on and I choose to participate and enjoy it without alcohol. Have a good day!
  • Pledging another 24 hours to my recovery. Todays thought for the day rings so true for me personally. Have a great day everyone!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    I've found there is a huge difference between being complacent and being contented. Whichever one we make the choice to be in, it is certain we are going to get that choice all over us. We should always feel pleasantly satisfied with how far we have come and all the rewards that recovery has opened the doors of opportunities it has—and we should always take time to back up and enjoy the view of all we have become.

    But no matter where we are in recovery time and life accomplishments, we should also always be in search of bigger shoes to grow into. Sobriety for me is the greatest success of my entire lifetime, but just being sober is not enough for me....and never has been. Yesterday's awards are on the shelf to admire, but they will not take me further into growth and improvement. I like how baseball giant Babe Ruth once said it:

    "Yesterday's home runs will not win today's games."

    Let's keep it going together gang! Big Hugs on Everyone.....thomas
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
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  • Cautiously-optimisitic
  • Relaxed
  • Quiet
  • Steady
  • Festival!
  • Plan
  • Courage
  • Duty
  • Faith
  • Honesty
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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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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • Today is a day with nothing planned, just riding the moment. Relax and refresh.
  • because my husband is home this evening and we have two of our grandchildren for a sleepover........and the dog is still alive lol
    • It's the simple comfortable things that are the biggest rewards...and you prove that is so true! Your share has contentment all over it. Thanks!
  • For my friendships
  • I have watched the same sunrise over the same mountains, from the same place in my morning quiet hour now almost every day for over nine years. Every morning it's still as if I had never seen it before.
  • The ability to forgive myself and know that I am only human.
  • The opportunities I've been given.
  • Back to work after a week off, and I’m looking forward to seeing all the patients and hopefully helping to make their day better.
    • That's a really nice way of looking at it.
  • It's pay day today!
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