It went well. I was surprised my the atmosphere. Everyone was welcoming and full of so much support for everyone else. You could see smiles, real happy smiles, each time someone said they had been sober for however long it was. The walk of life you came from, the job you were in, money earned, where you lived... none of this was a concern like it is in day to day life. It was like sitting down for a coffee with friends. I have vowed not to drink before work today. Then I'll carry on setting short term goals. If I fail then I can start again in the knowledge that I haven't screwed up a whole day, just that hour or so. I've now been sober for 11 hours 30 minutes.....
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