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  • Pledging to finish the day strong, sober and committed
  • In for another day.
  • Pledge to NOT smoke cigarettes today!
  • I pledge to be sober today
  • I pledge today
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery with all of you.
    "Today, I will begin being grateful for my past. I cannot change what happened, but I can transform the past by owning my power, now, to accept, heal, and learn from it." -Melody Beattie
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • Pledging my 24 with gratitude. Some tough days ahead for my family. I will continue to meet them and face them and all they bring with my sobriety in check and to practice grace and humility every day.
    • Prayers🙏 for you and yours. One day (minute, hour, step) at a time.
  • I am in 4 24 .
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  • Durable
  • Collaboration
  • Imperative
  • Honesty
  • Unbroken
  • Mindfulness
  • Acceptance
  • Versatility
  • Headfirst
  • Hopeful
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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I have a great wife and kid, a loving cat, my work is still open and clients are coming, long term commitments are happening, I have good workouts, time on the bike and it's Friday. To a nice weekend ahead
  • TGIF!
  • I have a HP that carries me through the struggles each day brings.
  • I am who I am, and it's OK. I think back to the many ways I used to lie to myself.......and then pass that lie to others. It would always be a description of being better than what I truly was. Living a lie was difficult to do. I'm grateful today to know that honesty starts within me. I can admit and accept what and who I am. I realize that the content of my character starts by being comfortable in my own skin with honesty, humility, and acceptance. I'm grateful to first accept myself in order to accept and truly appreciate others.
  • I had great clients and strong connections, a solid workout, a great ride on the bike, business for next week, my kid is getting hours of work, my awesome wife is solid in her job and health, the little cat at my side as always, I have my health . .praying for continued success and freedom from drink
  • I can meditate to be mindful. By taking quiet time to seek knowledge of Gods will I can be nonjudgmental with a more purposeful awareness. My attitude is then in agreement with reality. It is there that I am truly grateful to have found acceptance.
  • I can help myself while helping others.
  • I work with good people, have good clients, a nice facility to work in, had a good ride, a great workout . .a day of hurdles but I made s**t happen, my wife is awesome, proud of my kid and a loving cat always at my side
  • Good friends came to my aid in work situation. A healing sleep last night. Many blessings today .
  • .....when I adventure my home and see my puppies and kitty cat all curled up asleep in various places with full bellies and dreaming puppy and kitty dreams........it tells me this is a peaceful, comfortable home for everyone within it's walls.
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