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  • I pledge to remain clean and sober for the next twenty four hours.
  • Keep a Hope // If you look into the distance, their is a place up on the hill where you will be safe and feel our grace...We've all made mistakes ... Just come home... I refuse to lose another friend to drugs // Tom Walker/ I Will Leave The Light On ... Peace I'm in, Just For Today
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  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • I pledge that just for today I will stay sober.
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Wow! The last few days...and the ones just ahead have been and still are filled with a nice full schedule and some deadlines....the kind that has kept me from here a bit more than I like. Life sure gets busy and involved....and in wonderful ways when we live in recovery. Making sure of balance is the key for me lately.
    Hopefully I can do some catch-up and respond to everyone around here tomorrow. In the to another enjoyable night's performance and keeping the wheels of life rolling smoothly.
    Let's keep it rolling together gang! It just works better that way.
    Big Hugs on Everyone......thomas
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  • Just for today-I’m in—
  • Morning all, I'm in with my pledge for another 24 hours of sobriety and living in recovery. Have a good day!
  • In with my pledge to live the next 24 hours in recovery.
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  • Life
  • Wierd
  • Focus
  • Onward
  • Hope
  • Growth
  • Progress
  • Relief
  • Glad
  • Tolerance
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Although I have 9 1/2 years of continuous sobriety now, I put my family through HELL getting here.  They've been to a family program @ the Betty Ford Center and attended alanon but I kept drinking.  Now, I would like some ideas for thanking them, other than my continued sobriety and return and participation, to real world life.  Any ideas?  Thanks in advance for your help with this.


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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I don't always need answers, sometimes life's stuff just needs to sort it's self out.
  • Life has gone from living so empty and useless to so full and involved. Recovery has a tendency to do that for us ya know!
  • I am grateful to have a group of fellow sisters and brothers on the same path of recovery.
  • I can see how much I've grown and learned about myself and am blessed for my life right now and what the future holds.
  • Grateful to live at a time where recovery is not as stigmatized and programs are more easily accessible.
  • I was honest with my Husband about a serious kitchen accident. I could have started a fire in our home because I was trying to do too many things. He was just so cool about the whole thing and said 'accidents happen". I went into the old panic mode and imagined all sorts of bad scenarios. All turned out fine but it was a bad day waiting to tell him when he came home. I just need to believe in my Higher Power and know it will all work out.
    • Yes! MaryPat this is a very powerful observation and lesson for you. Good for you for recognizing it! Now you know!! It ALWAYS works out....always.
  • Life is good!
  • Im sober
  • I'm alive mostly happy Sober with friends to help me with this disease Peace
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