This blog/site has long since become a place to drop any articles or songs that pique my interest related to recovery or addiction, or as often, my photography along withÂ http://hexagoneye.com/Â or my experiments with baking bread or cakes.
I still get the urge to do a traditional blog post on my sobriety anniversary although I don’t feel the need to postÂ most day to day aspects of recovery or life in AA these days.
I still do my AA meetings, I still do service in AA which allows me to meet fantastic people in recoveryÂ all over the country, I am blessed with many members of the fellowship of AA in my life.
Life is remarkably good these days, sobriety has allowed me to not just survive beyond 24, but live through my 20’s and 30’s. I have had the opportunity to travel have a career, fall in love and get married to my wonderful wife. Learn to be a Dad to two fantastic Daughters.
When I landed in my first meeting, bussed out from a rehab, I just wanted to stop feeling shitty and miserable every day. I still hadn’t words for the paranoia, guilt and shame that was my daily existence.