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  • Good morning to all! With acceptance I pledge sobriety today. My recovery is my number one priority.
  • I pledge another day of sobriety!
  • 24 more!
  • My attitude of gratitude begins with my daily pledge
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery together with all of you.

    "Courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions you have been avoiding your whole life."
    -Shannon L. Alder
  • I will stay sober today.
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Looking forward to chatting with friends today. Hope you all have a good and sober Sun.
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  • I pledge the next 24 hours to recovery
  • Gm I'm n 4 24 more, practicing some principles today thanks hp
  • I pledge to remain clean and sober just for today by the Grace of God✌🏽
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  • Clarity
  • Connect
  • Faith
  • Restoration
  • Honesty
  • safe
  • Spot-Check
  • Accept
  • Mindful
  • Healing
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Navigating Uncertainty

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"If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor."
~ Eleanor Roosevelt~

       There are times when we are faced with challenges and the uncomfortables in life we can be pretty well certain about.  Yet there are…

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Overthinking Leads to Underserving

When a slight veil of coronavirus restriction lifted, my husband received notice that he could return to work. While the excitement for that bit of freedom was tangible, I felt a tingle of fear. However, I carried on and cheered for the truth that this pandemic is just our right now and not our forever.  

That morning of his first day back, I drove him to the front door. Before he stepped out of the car, I looked him…

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On This Day (#OTD)

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I have many reasons to be!
  • I have everything I need today.
  • I am not sick or in jail and I have shelter and sanity
  • It is today!
  • I can spot-check my thinking. Yes, there's times I take myself too seriously. My ego can get involved. I'm grateful for my coping skills. At all times, good or bad, my spot-check is a pause to connect with my God. I take stock of his will for me. I do the next right thing. It's so easy and it works! I'm grateful for those moments of spot-check leading to joy in recovery.
  • I can't run away from the things I need to deal with!
  • I am still sober!
  • Im still here
  • I am free, sober and sheltered.
  • Acceptance is the answer. I'm grateful that I can live in the context of The Serenity Prayer.
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