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I was so happy that in January that I was asked to be interviewed for Discover. And ecstatic when it was published on March 16, 2017. Then, scrolling through Instagram today, I see this…. O.M.G. After I screamed and … Continue reading
Posted in blogging, Uncategorized Tagged alcoholism, blogging, discover, empathy, Humor, Instagram, recovery, saneteachers, sobriety, twitter, WordPress, writing 21 Comments
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Come one, come all and check out my hot-off-the-WordPress interview on Discover! wordpress.com/discover It’s waaaaay cool.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged alcoholism, blogging, discover, interviews, recovery, sobriety, WordPress 11 Comments
Once Upon An Alcoholic
On October 5, God willing, I will have been sober for 31 years. That’s just about half of my lifetime. And what a journey it has been. People get sober for various reasons. I remember going to an Alcoholics Anonymous … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged AA, addiction, alcohol poisoning, alcoholism, blackouts, blogging, family, harvey wallbangers, one day at a time, sober, sobriety, The Twilight Zone 292 Comments
A Story of Prayer
Religion is contentious and comforting at the same time. But what is at the core? A belief in a higher power and the role that this higher power has in our lives, in the lives of others, the role it … Continue reading
Posted in religion Tagged angels, Catholicism, confession, culture, Episcopalian, faith, God, kichwa, mother teresa, opinion, prayer, religion, rosary, serenity prayer, sobriety 10 Comments
Where Is My “Like” Button?
“Like” buttons are used so flippantly. Do you really think a blog is funny? Click “like”. The writer will be ecstatic. Do you really think the Facebook eCard joke was humorous? Click “like”. You’ll send the message that you appreciate … Continue reading