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  • Pledge I will go to my 7pm AA meeting remaining open to suggestions and serving others
  • sorry so late was at the dr all day. I pledge to live another 24 sober. coming up on 14 1/2 months!!!
  • A little late also, having trouble logging in. Pledging my 38th sober day
  • A Little late but still pledging this 24
  • I pledge that I will get not get in God's way for the next 24 hours, so he can guide me to wake up sober
  • Pledging 24 my peeps!! Next?
  • I pledge to follow the will of god.
  • I pledge this 24 hours to my Higher Power / Spirit. I will trust the process take the actions and leave the results God. Have a blessed and peace-filled day!!
  • I pledge 24 hours in recovery.
  • Good morning to all. I pledge to live another 24 hours in recovery. Big hugs of love for all!
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  • Together
  • God
  • Honesty
  • healing
  • Cookies
  • sleepy
  • Recommit
  • Love
  • Achievements
  • "Quiet-Hour"
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I have a God of my own understanding that I can rely on.
  • ....that even if everything materially around me were destroyed.....I would be sad, but not defeated by any means. Building my life in recovery all the way from absolutely nothing.....shows me that with the support and encouragement of all of you......I could do it all again....now even more easily, wiser, and with a quiet joy that can't be destroyed. Empowerment plus each-othering removes both impossible and defeat from the dictionary.
  • There will be something to be grateful every day, just hides it's self sometimes
  • I was willing and able to be honest in a tough situation
  • I woke up sober with God's grace and love
  • It is Thursday. Time for the chat meeting at 9pm central! Hope to see you there in room a!
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    • Stay with us and stay strong. A whole new life is waiting for you.
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  • To be able to be in the present for my brother who lost his life partner of 35 years Sept 23rd. It is a time of great sadness. I live one day at a time and with Gods grace.
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