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Old 05-28-2017, 05:01 PM   #201 (permalink)
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For me now, when I know that I have done my best... regardless of the outcome, it is good enough.
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Knowing that I'm a good mom to my dogs and cats means the world to me.
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Went to see my all time favorite rockstar ~ In the past I was always drunk. This time I was completely sober....got to talk to him & give him a birthday card, he gave me a hug, got a picture taken with him and one of his drumsticks....it was freaking magical!
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I finally did what I needed to do to get my license back and I'm driving again. It is liberating to actually be able to drive myself around. I waited too long. I was never motivated enough. I'm starting to feel independent again
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