Sobriety Date April 1, 2019. Recovery Date April 5,2019
“God, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
The courage to change the things I can,
And the wisdom to know the difference today”
As a wise woman in AA told me, how the heck are we supposed to know what the difference is we are just trying to stay sober, of which I agree, but also, Just live best, do the best you can daily, and treat others the way you want to be treated. Treat yourself as you would a friend. Don’t beat yourself up. Do what you love if you can. Work hard, provide for your children and those you are responsible for, and DON’T for those that you are not. Love yourself. Love your higher power if you have one, and do all you can to live each day the best you can.
I love you all
“Addiction is not a sentence; it is only a word.”
Living life in the midst of addiction and abuse was debilitating. As I walk freely and with clarity I see how little that part of my life truly is. It used to dominate and run everything now its a message to my sponsor, a weekly meeting a nice daily reading. So small and important not devastating and disgusting. Thanks God. Love you Man.
Beautiful days are filled with effort, love and hard work. 🙂 Putting my best foot forward and being the best me I can be every day feels amazing. There are ups and downs and times of sadness or irritation but, with God, being clean and serene, my amazing friends and my beautiful children, everything is #lovely #bigthings #progress
We grow by our willingness to face and rectify errors and convert them into assets.
-The Big Book (AA)
Beautiful quote to go with a beautiful day. Really feeling my growth internally through maturity and career goals as well as outwardly with acceptance of my beautiful body and selflove. #workinit #itworks #AaNaAlltheway #Ohsoclean #andserene