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The Sniffles

    Periodically I get the sniffles. When this happens, my brain seems to catapult backwards into some form of pre sobriety state where everything is black or dark grey. Its like I have a big depression button and the neighbor kids are using it for a trampoline. While this sounds pretty dismal it is actually a pretty normal thing for me. Since I moved to a more patalbel climate than the UP of Michigan, I have not been sick once. It has been well over three years since my normal annual bout…

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  • I'm thankful today for second and third chances.
  • Grateful. God heard my prayers
  • Patience. Bad things also end
  • I'm sober & grateful!
  • I'm sober and alive
  • I’m sober and starting a new job!
  • I'm not out there overdosing, getting robbed or ripped off, I'm not waking up wishing I was dead, I'm not living in misery, I'm not sleeping in a vehicle, I'm not in jail, I'm not trapped in the chains of addiction!
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  • I have a supportive family and can say no the alcohol demon.
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