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  • One day at a time
  • First day, but I’m gonna do this daily for my family. 24 hours, sober.
    • welcome!
  • Pledging today for 24 hours
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Really refreshed, rested, and energized from the very relaxed and enjoyable weekend. This is probably one of the top ten busiest and involved weeks in my entire recovery and with so much good rest and just re-boosting the batteries I am more than prepared for all of it.

    It always seems to feel odd when I'm always feeling grateful for having been an alcoholic. I have that thought often. Even sounds insane to say. But it is my alcoholism that brought me to the place of choosing recovery.....and choosing recovery, especially since discovering empowered recovery has brought me to amazing wonderful places. Had I never been alcoholic, I may have learned how to live well along the way...or not......but I doubt it would have become so wonderfully and powerfully rewarding as my life has become....as a result of all I've learned and lived in recovery.

    Let's do it again today with each other gang!
    Big Hugs on Everyone.......thomas
  • Today I will be alcohol free.
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • Today I pledge another 24 hours of sobriety and working the steps. Have a great day all!!
  • I have two accounts I'm sorry forgot password other account on laptop this is I pad with that said I'm pushing threw for another 24 hrs
    • So glad to see you sharing yourself.....no matter how many of you there are!
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  • grateful
  • Able
  • Busy
  • Completion
  • Peace
  • Calm
  • Motivated
  • Peace !
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • for all the things that haven't happened since living in recovery. I haven't ever not had something to eat...I've never been without power or a place to live safely, warmly, and away from harsh weather. I've never been arrested, been to jail, been homeless, or had anything repossessed...the list of haven'ts is endless. The things that haven't happened are as wonderful as the things that have.
  • I'm not struggling for my next one only happiness of giving love
  • I get to spend the day doing what I love and enjoy, being with my family, baking and being sober!
  • Lots of rest this weekend. Ready for the week ahead!
  • There are men and woman that keep America safe! Thank You Veterans
  • I'm grateful for being able to send love to someone who needs it <3
  • My dad ww2 veteran...enlisted age 19 after pearl Harbor..who struggled with his experiences. My spouse vietnam veteran who enlisted after finding out he had a low lottery number. I've tried to better understand both but it's difficult to walk a mile in someone else's shoes. Both have added to my growth, roots and wings.thank you veterans for your sacrifice.
  • ... of others who have come before, fought for their own lives, and carried or represented a message of hope and healing that eventually reached me.
  • ....for the ability and freedom to create, arrange, and rearrange my life in ways I want them to be.
  • For my daughter.
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