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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Toast » Sun Aug 05, 2012 4:43 am

Hi,

This is morning after the late night before.

The world famous Edinburgh Arts Festival started yesterday, 3 weeks of everything from drama, music to stand up comedy running 18hrs a day. Its worth going just to see the dozens of street performers.

Anne and i took a trip over last night for a rummage around, it was a beautiful sunny night. Seen some good shows and some not so good shows. That was us until 2.00 am then we had to drive home, which is no pressure when your sober!

In one street we stopped a guy who looked typically scottish to ask directions to a venue, turns out he was French and couldn't understand a word i was saying! Think my HP must've been looking after me, stop a staggering Scotsman at 1.00 in the morning and take what you get!

Be well
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Toast » Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:19 am

Morning all,

Happy Friday, funny how everyone at work is in a great mood on a Friday?

A day at a time I’m looking forward to a great weekend, going grab myself a bit of culture and go over to see some shows at the Edinburgh Festival.

After all if I don’t live now, when do I start?

Have a fun dry weekend.
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Toast » Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:27 pm

PS,

Dallas, i like your ideas about changes to this website.

God Bless
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby john boy » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:02 am

Today is difficult...

My best friend (former wife,who I spend time with everyday) lost the momma of her brand new puppies....she passed around midnight. This is really painful for her and I....
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Mon Aug 13, 2012 8:14 am

My heart & thoughts are with you, your wife and the puppies, John.
That's got to be tough on all of you.

When my sister passed in 2008, I started taking care of her young pup
that she left behind. He had been a pup that had become separated from his
mom, when he was just days old -- and he was found in some deep grass, when
my nephew was cutting grass and almost hit him w/ the lawnmower. My nephew
looked down and at first thought that it was just a small piece of brick in the yard,
and then noticed it was a pup.

My sister nurtured the pup by feeding it w/ eye droppers & baby bottles.
They became very attached to each other. I can tell how much he still misses my sister,
his adopted mom, the second mom, that he was separated from.

And, I know what it was like to lose my little girl pup that I had for 16 years. It felt like it ripped my heart into shreds.

Pups are so innocent & precious. It's easy to get attached to them and so hard to be separated from them.

Hopefully, the little puppies will all survive and do well.
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby john boy » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:00 am

Dallas,

Thanks for the kind words...If not for A.A. ...the program...my fellow brothers and sisters...I'm lost...
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:06 am

John boy, Keith and Toast...
I changed your rank and group to Global Moderators.
I sent you a PM about it.

I think you can do all kinds of different stuff now like include pics, etc. with your messages.
I'm not sure what all you can do.

You can move posts that belong in other places, etc.

You can also delete offensive posts, spam, spammers & ban users.
Please don't delete me or ban me! :-)
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Camel » Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:03 pm

I am so thankful to be Clean and Sober on a Monday, and not be sick. To God and A.A. goes the credit.

Hub
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Mon Aug 13, 2012 1:12 pm

Ditto on thankful to be sober on a Monday! Or, any other day! :-)

I'm also thankful and very grateful to all you regular members here
that have kept this site up and running. And, for all the experience,
strength and hope that you give to us all.

And, it feels real good to be able to pass on the reins to you
members that have been so dedicated here on the site!

Oh, what a relief it is! :-)
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Toast » Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:41 pm

Hi,

Had a great Monday, just had to go see a play tonight that had ‘ Alcoholism, Bipolar Disorder and Clowns’ in the advertisement.

Turns out the alcoholic clown got his pretty bipolar assistant pregnant so they were hoping for a circus baby they could fire out a canon and make them rich and famous!

Sounds just about right for a selfish self centred alcoholic!

Love,light,laughter!
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