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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:57 am

Wishing you all -- a very Happy Sober Sunday! I hope that Life is treating you well today!
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Frananne » Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:15 am

Happy sober Monday! Just finishing up my morning prayer and meditaion as I got a late start today. Things are pretty good here in Sugar Land. Looking forward to Thansgiving. I have much to be thankful for this year, my Sobreity, responding well to the treatment I am taking, just life in general filled with good people and all I need.

Hope everyone has a blessed Monday.
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:20 pm

Happy sober Monday!!!
Still working on my house that's in recovery. LOL.
Wanted to have it all finished on the outside before Thanksgiving
but that isn't going to happen. :-)

Hoping the Life is treating each of you REALLY well!
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:23 pm

Wishing each of you a very happy Sober Thanksgiving!

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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby wendyanne74 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:25 pm

I everyone my name is Wendy and I am an alcoholic. I have read all 46 pages of this thread and I want to thank all of the participants. Thank you for allowing me to share your experience, strength, and hope, you have kept me sober. My sobriety date is 8/11/11 and I am new to this forum and new to reaching out to the online A.A. community. I was spoiled when I first got sober I was not working the first three months so I was able to overload on meetings and up until three months ago I was attending five meetings a week. Now unfortunately that is not the case, I work 90 hours a week and maybe attend one meeting in ten days. I am thankful to have found this forum and the people in it I am looking forward to getting to know all of you.
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:21 pm

Hello, Wendy! Grateful, to have you w/ us and for your sharing!
I look forward to reading much more from you.

Gees. 90 hr weeks! I remember working those kinds of hours.
Sometimes, I still do -- but, I try -- to keep it to less hours.

This forum and interacting w/ the others here has really enhanced my sobriety and my learning.
It would be tough, now, to live w/out it. :)

Please feel at home and take up as much space here as you'd like.

Best wishes for you,
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby john boy » Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:47 pm

Hi Wendy,

Welcome to Step12.com...and congratulations on your year of sobriety....I trust your sponsor has offered direction that will encourage you to find yourself at meetings more frequently. Hope to see you here again soon.

best,
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Re: DAILY SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby cue » Sun Nov 25, 2012 5:39 pm

Welcome Wendy :)
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Re: SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby wendyanne74 » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:49 am

Thank you all for the welcome. I enjoyed a beautiful day off yesterday and was surprised to end the day with a ring on my finger and wedding bells in the air! I am so blessed to be sober today. I was a nurse for 10 years until my alcoholism began to. destroy everything in my life including my career. Due to my penchant for fighting anyone with a badge while drinking, I don't think I will every be licensed to practice nursing again. I work as a caregiver now, I sit with a 84 and 93 year young ladies. A fellow A.A. member who was also a former nurse helped me acquire these two positions. Oh they have stolen my heart!
I wonder Keith if this may be something your daughter could do. There are some clients that do not need more than someone to sit with them and listen. I thought I would mention it to you.
I hope you all have a good day, it is raining here on the coast of Louisiana and we are expecting more.
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Re: SOBRIETY CHECK IN

Postby Dallas » Mon Nov 26, 2012 1:35 pm

Thanks for checking in, and sharing, Wendy! Congratulations!!!
Sounds like you had a surprisingly special weekend. ;-)

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