Sobriety is a one way street.
Do you want to get sober? Do you want to stay sober? Stop swallowing alcohol. Do something else.
I just love it!
I am going to build a house similar to this one some day.
This book is my memoir. I wrote it in 2010 and you can find it on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Saturation-Memoir-Jennifer-Place/dp/1461018129
Meet my partner in sobriety, Jon. While I have 6 months of sobriety as of 3 September, he has 27 years. Yeah, he’s pretty solid.
These are not my arms, but I know all too well how it feels to have those links hanging off my wrists.
Damn, sobriety feels good!
What does a picture of anxiety look like to you?
I was a Gold Miner’s Daughter – literally.
What was once an established gold mining camp is now known for it’s casino’s. Cripple Creek suffered two devastating fires within 4 days of each other during April of 1896. Nearly the entire city was destroyed. It’s ruins have been compared to the disastrous fire of San Francisco in 1851. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cripple_Creek,_Colorado
It’s funny, okay?
Apparently this is a real photograph. It hasn’t been photoshopped. I know, right? There are no words…
Buster and Starla. They LOVE my bathtubs. I’ll add a video of Starla later. She jumps on the bathtub wall and then slides down into the tub. It’s hilarious. (Starla is the black kitty.)
Alcoholics don’t have to relapse. It’s a choice.
This is exactly what I looked like as I used to go through withdrawal. And if I needed to use the restroom – I’d just roll off the couch and crawl. Not a lot of fun.
No, I can’t do that. Can you?
A sober selfie.
We hiked around this yesterday, 5 September 2020.
It was too heavy and big to fit in the trunk…
This also got my attention.