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  • I will not drink alcohol today. Busy day and didn't want to get going this morning but it will pass.
  • Pledging 24 with God’s help
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Had a great meeting with my psychiatrist yesterday and we're on the same page regarding my clonazepam taper. then had coffee with a friend, which was great. Today's agenda, mostly just knitting and watching trashy TV. Hope you all have a good and sober Fri.
    sarah
  • I will refrain from alcohol and from any other addictive behavior today.
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    This morning's quiet hour had me reflecting on all the little and simple things that are so rewarding.

    Recovery has taught me how the little and simple things are actually the big things when it comes to pleasant, peaceful, and appreciating life. Oh how hurried and distracted we always seem to be if we are not observant and careful with ourselves. We miss the blooming flower or take the smell of a freshly opened and brewing coffee for granted. We miss the puppy dog's tail wagging happily and not take time to stop and ask, "And what is it that has you so happy today?"

    One elusive "to do" after another can cause us to rush on by some quite beautiful times. Certain parts of life are required and we must tend them, but there is never anything so pressing and urgent that we cannot take moments along the way to appreciate the simple and rewarding that every day wants to bring us. Slow Down is a very good two words to take out of our pocket throughout the day.

    Let's roll with each other another day today gang...and Do This Thing called The Journey!.............Hugs on Everyone.........thomas
  • I'm pledging another day of sobriety.
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • I pledge another 24 hours of sobriety. I will not use today
  • Woohoo! Over a foot of snow...after an hour of shoveling out to my vehicle my attitude of gratitude begins with my daily pledge for another day living in recovery. Now I hope I can get out to work. Have a wonderful Friday.
  • In 4 24!
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  • I'm following a plan (even though I'm really impatient).
  • Learning to live sober today and for growing faith in this new way of life.
  • I have accepted life as it is, not the way I think it should be!!
  • For choices.
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  • I managed to turn around some dangerous thinking yesterday without going down the rabbit hole. I looked down it but pulled back.
    • Been there! Some good news...the longer you're sober the shorter amount of time it takes to come back.
  • I exercised this AM and felt great afterwards. If I were hungover, I couldn't do this.
  • I am working hard and maintaining balance.
  • the sun, which lifts my spirits!
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