Author Archives: Debbie

they’re bbbaaaccckkk

Those sucky, horrible monkey’s chattering in my head.  Oh you know the ones.  “Just go have a drink,” they say.  “Doesn’t a beer sound good tonight?” they snicker.  “Stop at Brewski’s and say hi.  Oh and while there, have them … Continue reading

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happy easter

Hello all.  I see that new people are continuing to follow me and I think that is so cool.  I just feel bad because of my lack of posting something extraordinaire or fun or news worthy or posting at all!!! … Continue reading

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checking in

Thanks to all for your well wishes and congratulations on my 1 year mark.  I’ve been busy enough that I haven’t had time to think about drinking.  Thank God.  Must admit that occasionally my mind does wander when I pass … Continue reading

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365

Yessirree, I did it.  Today is the big ONE YEAR, 365 DAY celebration.  Thank God, another milestone achieved.  Passed with flying colors. It can be done.  You may not imagine that it’s even possible, but let me just say that … Continue reading

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a day without thinking about drinking

Well, that day finally came.  I think it was Thursday.  Friday night is when I realized that I had gone the WHOLE day on Thursday without thinking about a drink.  11 months in, but better late than never! Such a … Continue reading

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“Rebranding Addiction”

I recently read a blog by Hip Sobriety dated Dec 2 titled, “How to Fix the Addiction Epidemic through Rebranding and Social Proof”.  It moved me.  I found this particular blog on Facebook because of the Sober Senorita.  So many … Continue reading

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have a safe, sober and awesome holiday

Yeah, it’s been a while.  I still have obnoxious cravings mid to late afternoon every day, but it’s become the norm.  I know it’s coming, so I live through it and am fine by the time I get home. And … Continue reading

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