About Me: Female, 45, Birmingham, AL, member since Nov 2007
Hi, I'm a recovering addict, I have 15 months clean. I am working a program in NA. I have two daughters one is 16 the other is 20. I was in active addiction for nearly 25 years. I have been clean for 15 months and in recovery for 3 months.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Ok ,Things didnt go as i planned but basically im still working my as off and loving the Holidays.How u doin? You had a couple areas that were kinda rough there and i would be curios to know.THanks for thinking of me ,that means alot, more that you can imagine..You are one of my favorite people on here and i havent talked to anyone for along long time...G
You are in my thoughts and prayers. Just read your story and wow I hope that the judge goes easy on you, My sis just went through something like this and she gets out tomorrow after 6mos. God Bless and let me know how turns out...
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