Thank you to all you wonderful bloggers and readers of blogs out there who stuck with me through thick and thin these last couple of years. Your support has meant the world to me. All your likes and comments and posts have given me 641 sober days. And that, my friend, is a miracle.
What if Christmas, she thought, didn’t come from a liquor store…What if Christmas, perhaps, meant a little bit more?
Anna (from AnnaBananas) has a new blog, and it’s really funny. At 49 days sober, she lays out her strategy for surviving Christmas parties:
I’m not a Grinch, but ..
I love to go to blogs and read the person’s first posts. Sometimes I can hardly believe it’s the same person. It makes me feel that change is not only possible, but miraculous.
I’ve re-posted my first blog to show what it was like to live as a heavy drinker. Why not post your own first day?
On Passing Sober Day 3 as a Ghost
YOU NEED THIS!
I struggle with gratitude on a daily basis. Whining comes more naturally. But here’s five-minutes’ worth of beautiful scenery and words of gratitude to help flip the switch.
For anyone who has survived anything (this means YOU), this blog post by Laura Parrott Perry is pretty amazing. She found the courage to tell her story:
In Other Words