As difficult as this is to admit, the fact is that I have become an alcoholic. This was a slick slope from casual use to daily use to nearly constant use. Now, I’m not preaching, this is not the platform for that, nor am I condemning those who decide to use alcohol responsibly; this is simply a statement that I went from one extreme to the other. That being now said and in the open, I beg your forgiveness, Dear Reader, to allow me to post, in a new category, my journey to Sobriety.
Right now, as I sit here at the keyboard, I am on ABSOLUTE day 3. I might try to find some counter to add to the blog that counts the days but not in an overy way, just a simple day count. More on that if I can find it. But, in agreement with my wife Wendy, I am from here on out going to be totally transparent; and that starts with this post.
I am working a program that very closely mirrors my own spirituality, it is called Celebrate Recovery, and working it very intensely. If you choose to follow this particular thread, you will see my progression;
Take care, I wish you all a Very Merry Christmas, and I remain, as always,