Congratulation with the sobriety. Keep on keeping on. It's hard work but it pays off. I think that progress comes slowly, like hair and nails grow. You don't always notice it as it happens but then one day a penny drops and you know har far you've come.
How's your local group(s)?
All the best.
Hi, Wendi the student. You'll be graduating soon, eh? That qualifies as a genuine achievement, I am proud of ya. :)
The last thing that made me laugh was the parting statement made by this ancient old, fossilized AA member who qualified in a meeting last night. The last thing he was, looking out at the room of about seventy-five folks: "Die, you bastards, but don't you dare pick up a drink!"
I'm not a big fan of that "old time AA" if there is even such a thing, but, well, it just cracked me up the way he put that. I got the message.
Alrighty, have a good day, graduate. And, toss your pointy hat way up high at the ceremony, the higher up the more money you make.
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