saw you reposted my pic
its the first page of my big book:) this is a great page, keep spreading the word and saving lives Anna yes it dose, i love the notes and stuff people put in there Big Books!
notalostcausejustlost: How long did it take you to get your 4th step finished? How far into sobriety were you? I was about 30 days in and i knocked it out in about 4hrs. No point in wasting time… gotta get going to 2 get better
Not a Lost Cause, Just Lost: So it’s been a few... →
notalostcausejustlost: So it’s been a few days since I really blogged here on tumblr…started IOP last week. Today was my 4th session. I left the first day feeling somewhat disappointed. Like the reality of what the classes were didn’t match my expectations…imagine that, right? Majority of the women there are only…
it's my 30 days (:
chipand: thistoo-shalllpass: i get this tonightt. definitely didn’t think i was gonna make it this far. CONGRATS!!!
I was blessed enuff to attend the 53rd ICYPAA (International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous, in San Francisco last weekend… It was the most amazing experience of my life! If you new to Sobriety and/or young/young at heart, you MUST check out a YPAA or ICYPAA. words cannot describe the feeling i had in the main event meeting room when everyone was cheering and yelling.
From Grace In Addiction: AA As Church? →
brokenbelievers: I must admit that I agree with this article. There is much the church could learn from AA.
Now Hope Sleeps Next To Me: 30 Days →
blueyedmilf: 30 Days. Wow. It’s been 30 days today since I had my last drink. I woke up this morning with happiness in my heart and I sang all the way to work and every time I was in the car. 30 Days. I walked onto a Room by the complete grace of God! A friend and I had plans to get coffee and he said he had…
Finding Myself... Again: Carrying the Message to a... →
findingmyselfagainandagain: A little bit about my best friend Lance. We met in AA twenty years ago. While I was serious about the program, he bounced in and out all of the time. We spent enough time together while he was around the tables to develop a strong bond. When I started drinking ten years ago, we became drinking…
Life Took On a New Meaning: Primary Purpose →
gustnicholson: Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. If we look at the word “Achieve”, it doesn’t mean just sit back and tell newcomers “90 meetings/90 days”, “get a sponsor”, or “just don’t drink”!! Really people!!! If we are alcoholic, we can’t just not drink! I…