Slavery

It’s interesting to think about how I was when I drank. I told myself that I was fine and wasn’t hurting anyone but me. I told anyone who would listen, “I’ll do what I want, when I want”. I thought I was a mature, independent woman. The only issue I had was drinking a little too much and saying something off color at a party. Yeah…nope. I said stupid shit all the time. I also posted, texted, tweeted, emailed, and snapped it. Just because I don’t drink now doesn’t make me perfect. I’ll still fly off the handle (right @big_sis_nicole )? I’ll still get pissssssssssed off and when that happens, I think people will know it. Quitting drinking didn’t solve all my problems but it allowed me to look at them and work them out. If I want to be a solid, successful, independent woman I can’t be a slave to alcohol and it’s far reaches. It promised me a lot and delivered double – but what it delivered helped me ruin my life and burn it down. I’m lucky to have made it through to the other side. I’m not a servant to a liquid anymore. I tried it. Didn’t work out too well. Happy Monday, sober family! Keep it simple today.
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