Tuesday, November 23, 2010

61 What?

I'll be updating sometime today.

Everything has been REALLY REALLY crazy around here!!

I've gone back to both of my jobs full time, MAJOR family issues which are ongoing... the list goes on! I'll be filling in all the blanks shortly promise!

The good news? I have not had a drink in 61 days and my best friend has been sober for 107 days!!

More to come shortly. Until then...
My name's Bruce, and I'm an alcoholic....


  1. 61 days is GREAT!

    Life is happening for you and you're getting to experience it as a sober man. Keep it up and thanks for dropping by and checking in.

  2. Congrats! That is amazing, keep up the good work & remember sobriety in one hand, life in the other

  3. Don't forget to breathe! :-D 61 days is friggen awesome..have a (calm?) Happy Turkey Day.


  4. Good for you Bruce. Hope that you have a good Thanksgiving.

  5. Prayer against Depression - by Saint Ignatius of Loyola

    O Christ Jesus,
    when all is darkness
    and we feel our weakness and helplessness,
    give us the sense of Your presence,
    Your love, and Your strength.
    Help us to have perfect trust
    in Your protecting love
    and strengthening power,
    so that nothing may frighten or worry us,
    for, living close to You,
    we shall see Your hand,
    Your purpose, Your will through all things.

    By Saint Ignatius of Loyola

  6. Our Lady's Favorite Prayer

    In recent times the Mother of God has appeared in various parts of the world and asked for the recitation of the Rosary, the prayer she gave to the world centuries ago.

    It is her favorite prayer for it is essentially a meditation on the life of her Divine Son. The Rosary is a combination of vocal prayer (the Our Fathers & Hail Marys) and of mental prayer, namely, reflection on important events in the life of Christ and His Mother.

    When one refers to the Rosary, it is usually understood to mean five decades, or one fourth of the entire Rosary.

    While many Catholics pray five decades of the Rosary each day, there is a considerable number who pray the twenty decades daily.

    Those who pray the Rosary regularly would do well to be enrolled in the Confraternity to gain extra spiritual benefits for each Rosary they pray.

    Some frequently asked questions are how to Pray the Rosary, difficulties that some experience, and why these particular mysteries?

  7. Happy First Sober Thanksgiving Bruce.


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