One Month Sober

Today is one month. One month free from the shadow that covered my heart and blurred my mind. One month that I’ve been able to take on the world without the devil dancing at my side. One month that I’ve had the courage to stand on my own two feet.

I am brave. I am sober. I am alive.

I celebrate this one month with another gift to myself and of course, it’s a coffee mug. But it’s no ordinary mug. I stumbled across this through Laura McKowen’s site while I didn’t exactly wait for a milestone for this purchase, it did happen to show up last night. The timing couldn’t be more perfect. I suggest you check out Laura’s post about the meaning behind we are the luckiest. It is beautiful and inspiring and it made me recognize that I am grateful to be one of the luckiest.

 

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Author: Tracie Anne

I'm a 40-something woman & chronic blogger who also happens to be an adult child of an alcoholic, former Jehovah’s Witness, and abuse survivor. I’m fortunate to be where I am today; although I’m still figuring it all out, it’s finally time I owned my truth. Newly sober as of 2.20.18

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