Here are a few of mine and would enjoy hearing from you as well.
I'm very grateful for my good health, six months sobriety and the opportunity it has given for me to heal old wounds and reconnect with my true nature and passions. I want to be thankful for my nutty family, and that's a work in progress. I'm grateful I haven't given up.
I'm also thankful for my AA support group and this forum at Daily Strength, where I can openly share my recovery challenges with those who know what I'm going through. You guys are incredible.
Enjoy the holiday!
With great sadness, Duke passed away this afternoon at the Vet's office. They found a large tumour in his stomach.They only gave him a couple of days.I made a choice, so he would no longer suffer. I got to spend about an hour with him & held him as he went to sleep.He is beside his brother Fred now & god will take care of them until we meet again.Thank you for your prayers.Hugs!Brooke
I think I'm a alcoholic. I'm not quite sure. I can go days without drinking. But it's my go to when things get bad. It's stupid how I started. I work night shift. That messed with my sleep cycle. On my days off I have to be mom and wife and maid and cook so I have to get back on a normal schedule. Then switch back to 12 hour nights when I work. I could never find anything that helped me sleep on...