well guys this was my very first sober Christmas! (@least since being a small child). it was really great to. even tho i didnt get to bed till 3 am, and had to get up @ 5:30 (cuz had to work, after "gift hr.) and i still had the best day! i had ppl inviting me out to "celebrate" Christmas Eve. @ a lil local club, i wasnt even interested! guess i could share w/them, that u DONT havta GO OUT AN GET HAMMERED to "celebrate" the birth of Christ, huh? but i shouldnt throw stones cause i just figured that 1 out my damn self! well i just wanted to share that, and c if mayb it was ne1 elses 1st SOBER CHRISTMAS!
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