Sober Sundays Vol. 2

sober sundaysThis “Sober Sundays” link-up is party time. And you’re invited to the party. There are 2 ways to participate, so CLICK HERE for instructions.

Sweet Sundays. Sundays are days of rest. Real rest. Not the recovering-from-a-hangover type of rest. Many of us made promises to ourselves and others on Sundays–we would quit drinking, the result of having too much on Saturday nights.

Let’s make a weekly collection of links to great posts that might just help the newly sober or trying to get sober alcoholic. Let’s share our experience, strength and hope with each other and the newcomer as we’re all in this together.

“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.”
― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

My SS vol. 2 gratitude list:

  1. I am grateful today I’m not making promises I can’t keep.
  2. I am grateful today that my boys are healthy and I’m present for them.
  3. I am grateful today that I won’t miss Mass because of drinking!
  4. I am grateful today that I remember what I did last night.
  5. I am grateful today God saved me from the roller coaster and placed me in this sweet, peaceful sober life.

The post I am going to link back to is one I wrote for CatholicMom.com this week entitled Wife, Mother, Catholic, Alcoholic.

Make it a great day!

Join the party and link up by clicking here and following instructions to add your link:


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3 thoughts on “Sober Sundays Vol. 2

  1. Pingback: Sober Sundays: What the heck is that? | Catholic Alcoholic

  2. I always love all of your “gratefuls,” especially when you say “You are present for your boys.” One day they will really know how to apprecaite that when they read it! God Bless, SR

  3. Pingback: Sober Sundays vol. 3 | Catholic Alcoholic

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