Wow, i am finally giving my all to the program as of last Monday, i have been going to meetings and talking to ppl with in the program since Nov07... and just this last week i can finally say honestly that i love who i am this week. I have been going to meeting after meeting and feel like a human again.. went to a meetings last night and after bumped into some old freinds that were heading out to the bars. I was worried for a second about what i would do and then that worried left as fast as it came/// i went home had a lovely evening with my children and went to bed at 10pm, got up this morning went got groceries and drove by the home that my old friends stayed at and all vehicles where scattered around my thaughts this morning were how greatfull i am to finally accept i am alcoholic and i am not hung over, like i could picture them all doppy and out of it and maybe still drunk and that was also me back in Sept of 07, thank god i am not like that today.. cant' say what tomorrow will bring but for now and today i am proud to be sober... thank you ds and the many friends i talk to on a day to day basis and thank you AA....
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