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  • Willfully and gratefully in for the next 24! Busy day today volunteering. Excited!
  • i`m in for the next twenty four hours , clean and sober. getting tired , been flat out at work . easy does it.
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • Here for and becuz of another day straight and sober! Elk came down to drink last wowzer.
    • Oh My that had to be a magnificent sight! How wonderful and even more wonderful that you have appreciated and shared it with us!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    I loved noticing how our (((Karen)))) expressed her gratitude for having boundaries in her life today. There is only one reason we have any problem making boundaries....the possibility they will be crossed. If someone crosses our boundary, it means confrontation...and that means we are also confronted with keeping the boundary....and that means darned uncomfortable if we have to actually confront someone because they violated it. But there is something to notice when we make boundaries for our well being..........
    Have you ever noticed how the only people who get upset because we have set boundaries are those who have been benefiting because of not having any?

    Let's keep it going again together today gang. It's a great day and a great week for each-othering our way together. Big Hugs on Everyone....thomas
    • Wow so true....change makes things change. The we is great! Stirring subject isn't it. Hugs Tom
  • With God's grace, my meetings, my sober friends I will remain sober just for today. So grateful.
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Lonely, but not Alone

A weekend summer afternoon spent alone, yet my heart feels comfort and peace. Two years ago, I would have been surrounded by friends, yet my heart aching with fear...drinking for relief. I tried half-measures, with near disatrous results. Only when I acted upon my decision to completely turn my will and life over to the care of God, did I experience lasting relief. I needed to stay away from the drinking gatherings, but God's presence is always with me. 

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • ...grateful because there is a lot of healing laughter in my life today. Everything from chuckles to rib hurting almost pee in your pants kind of laughter. I just don't take myself so seriously anymore....and that has opened the doors for smiles and lightheartedness to come back into my life so many times and in so many ways.
  • Every new day is another opportunity to better myself!
    • ....and you just did....just by saying so! Great attitude!
  • Boundaries are so important as I can tell when my personal space has been bumped. Sometimes it a word, look, action. I like what Clint Eastwood says on social media "get out of my yard". I'm grateful to have boundaries.
  • Grateful for this new day, for a power far greater than myself watching over me ans keeping me sober
  • I am sitting with a cup of coffee, sun is shining and has all the makings of a good day!
  • Today I turn 49 years old. I’m not a real big birthday celebration type of girl. This one is hitting me pretty hard. If I had not stopped drinking 11 months ago, there was no doubt in my liver doctors mind that I would be dead by now. I am Beyond thankful to be here. It is the first birthday in 36 years that I will celebrate without booze, and I have this website and all of you Amazing people for helping me make it.
    • Happy Birthday !! Have a lot of super sober fun.
    • YYaaaayyy!! What an awesome way for all of us to spend the day....celebrating YOU! Happy, Happy Birthday!!
    • Happy Birthday!
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