I did well at the eat and speak. I talked about hope, careing for others, recovery, coping skills, changing behaviours, acceptance, humility, forgiveness, and self honesty. I explained how all these things have affected me and those around me. I mentioned the Big Book and the steps twice, and only in a general way, because I wanted them to know this talk was from my heart. I was sure glad when it was over though. I thought my leg was going to shake off. It's one thing to talk to people on an elevator for a few minutes,but 45 minutes seemed like forever. I had my notes with me but I never had to open them up. Thanks again for the support it is greatly appreciated. Randy
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