Friday, January 28, 2011

Friday Flash 55, "The Road to Happy Destiny"


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My submission this time around celebrates my 15th AA anniversary today. Fifteen years ago today, I began my first sober day, and my life has gone in directions I cannot explain or be more grateful for. All I know is that I am eternally grateful to AA and the people who helped me find my way to recovery and back to God.
"We trudge a road together today.
Before I arrived, I could barely keep myself
between the lines, sometimes not at all.
You put me back together,
loved me til I could
love myself.
Now I give to others,
share what was freely given to me.
Gratitude falls far short of describing what I feel today."
(55)

8 comments:

greeneyes616 said...

God Bless and congratulations for staying your path. You have so much to share and your testimony is so encouraging not just for those who drink but for those of us with other trials. We all have them whether it physical, emotional or spiritual and the fact that we can come together and express our thanks and grratitude is an amazing blessing. Have a wonderful joyful day God Bless Patricia

Brian Miller said...

loved me until i could love myself...key! and now giving back...excellent

Alice Audrey said...

but you can't help but want to say 'thanks', right?

drybottomgirl said...

"May the Lord Bless you, and keep you, May he make his face shine upon you, and give you peace". Congratulations my friend! you are an inspiration to others and thank you for being part of my recovery!

5thsister said...

15 years! That's amazing! And you did it "one day at a time". :o)

G-Man said...

Scott....?
You have turned your life around admirably...Congrats!
Thank You for your support on Friday as well.
Excellent 55 My Friend.
Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End!

izzy said...

Way cool and so right! thanks-
did I hear anniversary ? congrats-

Syd said...

A great sentiment about what put you back together. And what keeps us all together I think.