So today all my inlaws came over to my house for Christmas. I was wondering whether my SIL would bring any alcohol with her. At first it didn't seem so and then she brought out the egg nog. She offered me a cup. Said she didn't want to be rude. *rolls eyes* This woman lived with me and saw how I drank (of course she drank right along with me). She knows I'm in AA now. I wasn't tempted but it did seem rude to bring alcohol into the home of a newly sober alcoholic and offer them some. I hope for her sake she one day accompanies me to an AA meeting. In the meantime I'll pass on the egg nog. And no the kids can't have "just a little bit" either. *rolls eyes again*
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