Day 406. Yep, that's me, in my full-blown hard workin' #PartyGirl youth. I'm pictured here at a typical concert after-party, posing in a 'hilarious' shot with one of the band members. You know, where I'm being ruined by rock 'n roll. I worked in entertainment publicity for a good deal of my career. Let me … Continue reading Hard workin’ #PartyGirl
Day 405. "Hey, hey, hey Just think while you've been getting down and out about the liars and the dirty, dirty cheats in the world You could have been getting down to this sick beat ...Baby, I'm just gonna shake, shake, shake, shake, shake I shake it off, I shake it off" T. Swift I'm … Continue reading Shake it off….
Day 403. Negative thoughts and emotions -- most often scenes from the past -- sometimes overwhelm me. I feel like I'm being held hostage by my own mind. A very wise friend of mine gave me a tip, and it helps so very much to snap me out of my negative reverie. When caught in … Continue reading Breathe in. Breathe out.
Day 402. I need to stop here a minute and acknowledge that I have not had a hangover for four hundred and two days. NO HANGOVERS FOR 402 DAYS!!!! When reading other people's blog posts it's always one of the big "things I'm thankful for" when talking about sobriety. And it is an incredibly big … Continue reading No hangovers is kind of a big deal!
Day 401. "I know all there is to know About the crying game I've had my share Of the crying game" Sometimes I feel like I have felt everything there is to feel. I know all about the crying game - that's for sure. I have cried me a river - that's for sure. Allowing … Continue reading The Crying Game
Day 400. My thoughts of no wine ever again niggle at my sober brain. Niggle To cause slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety. (chiefly British. : a trifling doubt, objection, or complaint.) A month into Year Two. So very different now - as those before me said it would be. It seems the reality … Continue reading Niggles
Day 398. “The unexamined life is not worth living” -Socrates Some naval gazing, mixed into a bit of reviewing past actions — blended with a determination to become more self-aware. Seeking to not repeat patterns — and especially to understand why you … Continue reading The unexamined life …