Nuke says


20 years ago, I admitted to myself that my life had become unmanageable, and that I was powerless over alcohol.  I began to make changes in my life by working the 12 steps of AA, and accepting the grace of God in my life.

That grace was expressed to me many times in the love and fellowship of the Alcoholics Anonymous.  They told me to get a sponsor, and ‘keep coming back.’  I did.

What a difference it has made.

Twenty years.

Thank God.

 

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9 Responses

  1. Proud of and for you, man.
    You whipped that smoking problem, too.

  2. Great job Nuke!

  3. WordPress is really starting to chap my butt about how it won’t post my replies anymore unless I’m logged into my blog.

    But enough about chapped butts. Congratulations, Nuke.

  4. so proud of you, brother, and grateful!

  5. Congrats Nuke!!!!!!!

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