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  • 24 more!
  • I pledge another 24 hours of sobriety with God’s help
  • Morning all, pledging to live another day sober - day 5. Have a good day.
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • In 4 24
  • ALL IN! For another 24.
  • In 4 24!
  • nice to wake up today without all the pain …. I'm in again for Today
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Dermatologist and then dentist appointments today and not really looking forward to either of them. But the positive is at least when I'm sober I'm well enough and care enough to look after my physical health. Hope you all have a great and sober Wed.
  • There is fresh snow on my mountain peaks. I have a house guest and momma nature is putting out all the stops. Deer stopping by to say hi, elk up higher in the meadow, and a coyote when returning from our evening walk. My guest practices gratitude much as I do. So I’m very grateful I’m clear and present in my sobriety to show her around and to live another great day in recovery.
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I can be a better person than I was yesterday.
  • My anxiety is subsiding each day
  • I have been getting dropped off early at work by my partner in the mornings. No commute by public transit makes my life a lot easier and I've been getting more sleep. I am taking better care of myself by ensuring I am prepared and well rested. I know who is good for me in my life and who is not in my best interest to be around now.
  • I can learn new things, take on new projects learning hands on as I go, and enjoy the rewards of seeing and touching new things accomplished. Recovery doesn't do the accomplishment itself, but it sure provides the opportunity to accomplish. I'll take it any day!
  • There are new opportunities for me to improve my recovery
  • It's a beautiful morning!
  • A chance to learn new things.
  • My son inlaw
  • My wonderful family.
  • Going to see my beloved 'Stros today!
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