Happened to me a few times.That’s why I sniff every drink given to me. Non Alcoholics look at me like I’m nuts, but has saved me a gob full of booze more than once.
Not exactly new but interesting article on an element of AA’s history, which has it’s good and not so good.
No one is more surprised than me but I have reached my teens. What better way than to be surprised been given by a shiny medal and chocolate fudge cake. Shared as a last-minute replacement at my Home Group this eve, good to reflect on how I landed with a bump in a rehab at 24 and what a journey its been, bumps and highs included.
New movie out now in US theatres and coming to DVD soon
About Bill W.
Bill W. tells the story of William G. Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, a man included in TIME Magazine’s “100 Persons of the 20th Century.” Interviews, recreations, and rare archival material reveal how Bill Wilson, a hopeless drunk near death from his alcoholism, found a way out of his own addiction and then forged a path for countless others to follow. With Bill as its driving force, A.A. grew from a handful of men to a worldwide fellowship of over 2 million men and women â€“ a success that made him an icon within A.A., but also an alcoholic unable to be a member of the very society he had created. A reluctant hero, Bill Wilson lived a life of sacrifice and service, and left a legacy that continues every day, all around the world.
Not as bad for you as the sugar or caffeine at 0.001% but something to think about.