Sorry I haven't been on the last couple of days. I'm happy to say that I am doing great! It will be two weeks tomorrow that I haven't had a drink. For the most part I have been doing ok. It's refreshing to be clear headed! I still take it one day at a time. Some moments are tough, but I just tell myself "this too shall pass" and before I know it the craving or temptation passes. :)
Congratulations on your two weeks runner!! It takes a clear head to remain clear-headed is the message I get from your wonderful post of success today. It's a good thought for me to start my day with. Appreciation of being as clear-headed as a 66 year old can be is on the top of my gratitude list today. Today is all we have, tomorrow will never come, because when we wake up, it will be today :-)
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