Vacations were always tough for me. I always thought I needed to be loaded to have fun with my family when in actuality I was causing everyone else to be miserable. This summer we went on a week long vacation and I was totally clean. I have to say it was the best vacation I have ever been on. I still can't believe how much those darn hydros ruined my life. I am seeing it more clearly every day.
My 2nd time to Florida I spent more money on pills then did on my vacation. I thought I had to to have a great time. The last 2 days I spent m horrible wds didn't do nething but lay around n the living room at our resort. I know I ruined my fiancé s trip. I even think my drug addict behavior was the reason we lost the Daytona 500 tickets!! Since I've been 2 weeks clean I haven't been on vacation yet but I can not wait to take one and enjoy myself!!! What a great post!!
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