I am a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Sober, by the Grace of God, since July 24, 1984.
good blog...read your past posts and found it nice...i have started to kick my addiction today :) hope to manage it !
Oh Mary the first line made me laugh. The "I must follow thru with what I said I would do" syndrome.It's OK...your post today summed up your year. But, what about your hairdo at the time? AND did you love shoes back then?
The lost year...What alcoholic doesn't have one of those. Or three or ten.
I had long straight hair and I was married to a drug dealer who wouldn't share his money, so I had one pair of shoes. And they were ugly.
sounds like 1971 wasn't much fun for you...lol Pammie always brings a smile :-)
If God brought you to this series of postings, then its not a waste of time.Youre doing great!
Just a few lines -- and so much heartbreak. After my mother's suicide I drank like a fish for more than a year. Guilt and misery and drunkenness.
Well, I'm loving it...keep writing!
Amazing posts - keep going please!
I can relate....to all of it...Blessings and aloha...
I am also captivated by your story! Please continue sharing...
Thank God every year was not full of nuns and homes for unwed mothers! I have many that are blurrs too.
It seems that this was a tough year. I'm wondering what a Mary with long straight hair looked like. I can't say that I remember much about 1971 except that I was studying my ass off. And maybe that was the year that I fell in the river after drinking two bottles of wine.
Pain is a great motivator.http://www.soberliving.com
Keep it simple eh? Good to see you are keeping them coming... I am behind but I see there are more ahead.
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