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  • Here's to another 24. God is good.❤
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    What an absolutely gorgeous day here in East Tennessee. I love being able to get back out on my deck on the forest's edge for my morning quiet hour again. Great to talk with the birds, squirrels and the occasional deer crossing through. All things totally missed and ignored when active addiction was going on. Sure fills up the gratitude meter around here.
    All that and then add I will be holding a meeting here tonight at 8 pm Central in Chatroom A......sure hope to see a bunch of you there. There are many gifts wrapped inside of all we are going through. Just gotta look around for them and unwrap them.

    Let's do this gang.....together. Hugs on Everyone.........thomas
  • Here's to another 24 hours in recovery
  • my focus in on 24 more hours sober.
  • Grateful to be sober and pledging another day to my recovery.
  • Good morning pledging to live another 24 hours in recovery. Have a good day.
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Need to venture out to my pharmacy today, but will otherwise be hanging out with my knitting. Hope you all have a good and sober Mon.
    Sarah
  • Rested an in for another 24. Be well!
  • Gratefully pledging another 24 hours of sobriety while reflecting on what could be during this time of isolation if I wasn't sober...Not a pretty picture to say the least. But for the Grace of God...!
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery setting an intention to pace myself. I have a habit of getting excited about things and over-doing it. Imagine that! I spent a glorious full day in my new garden plot yesterday. Holy moly, found my gardening muscles and I'm feeling it today. There's a recovery lesson here for me to recognize I can only do so much at a time and to take it easy. Blessings all around!
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  • i remain sober and can focus!
  • I have my dogs
  • I've made it three hundred & 25 days without faltering. Thank you God!
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  • I have faith in myself and the program
  • of the support and strength in the rooms.
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  • ... I am learning every day.
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