It's amazing, for to long...though it seems, with all the going on's in my life, which were caused by my last drunk...I finally come to accept them, and found freedom. I am no way new to this program, I almost had 8 years, before my last drunk...I know the promises come true, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly...if you work for them. How true, I have been on a dry spell, and into self pity and all that goes along, and I have been just flat misserable! And now, that I have accepted things, just as they are...not magnigied, like I have been seeing them...I have found a freedom, and the night-mares went away, my sleep is more solid, the crazy day-dreams went away...they are not consumeing my mind. Now, to start working the program, and the steps...One day at a time. I have quite the road to walk, ahead of me, because of things that happened while I was out there...but, thats ok. I have given my fears over to God, and I know what ever the outcome is...I have found freedom, I am clean and sober today, and I have myself,family and friends...and things will be o.k. One day at a time. Just needed to share, thank you for being here for me!
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