Tag: Life Lessons

5 Lessons About Drinking Alcohol Like a Grownup – My Ethonol Education

Lesson #1 – Drinking Alcohol Equals FUN! Fun is LOUD! My ethanol education began with a memorable lesson. Drinking alcohol equals fun! One of my first memories of my dad is of him standing on a table at my Aunt’s house, eating half of a tequila worm. I thought it was funny. My dad ate

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It’s up to You

Sober hero of the day

A life like this You don’t want to miss a single second Happy moments beckon  By choosing to be free and present You can really lessen “Sleeping ” through the good timesyou could otherwise miss  A kind word or gesture, Shared memories,a first kiss It could be a wedding,a play not attended a heart not mendedAs you were far too hungover To make the

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Equilibrium

The Fuck it Bucket : Two Years Later Two years ago I wrote an article called ‘The fuck it bucket’, which seems to have been doing the rounds ever since. I wrote it from the perspective of someone who had been sober for a couple of years. And whereas much of it holds true, in

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Autism, Alcohol and Me

What an interesting combination In my family That’s why you seeThe idea of moderation Just won’t help my situation  Where perception is affected I think alcohol is best rejected When my children see a distorted view I find it’s true That mine must be crystal clear To see what’s really happening And to properly be able to hear Autism is a complex condition I’ve

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