Thursday, March 5, 2009


On Tuesday at my womens meeting we read the last story in the Big Book. It talks about how AA teaches you how to not just stop drinking but how to stay stopped. The author talks about how AA taught him how to handle sobriety and how that was what he needed because he'd never been able to handle it before.

I remember when I first came into AA I thought it was just about not drinking. I had no concept of sobriety at all.

Thankfully I think I am slowly starting to grasp what sobriety is.

I feel like I'm at the entry way of something new. Not sure what it is but I'm open to it. I'm ready to live, to be. No more just existing from one day to the next.

Maybe it's just the depression lifting. I kind of feel like the daffodils that are just starting to poke through the earth.

Whatever it is, it's good.


WesleyG said...

Congrats on your sobriety and I'm glad you are finally finding happiness in this world.

I know it's going to be a challenge for me.

Sarah said...

Sweet Lord, all I have to say is: YAY. HUGS, Sarah

Indigo said...

It's a beautiful feeling. Sobriety isn't just about not drinking, it's a way of life. (Hugs)Indigo

Shadow said...

sounds like you've had a break-through... i'm glad!

Anonymous said...

A lovely welcome to spring and those energies of renewal.

The epiphanies do keep coming, don't they?


Mary LA

Gabriella Moonlight said...

So glad to hear it, sounds like Spring has sprung in your heart!