If you’ve never heard of the star blogger and author Kristi Coulter, let me introduce you to more than her photo. The blog Off-Dry , which she used to chronicle her sober journey, caught fire when her post entitled “Enjoli“ went viral in a way that inspired and outraged the world. Nothing Good Can Come from This is her recently published
Tag: Wine o clock
I hope you don’t mind But lately I find You’re becoming a bit of a boreThe conversations we have, and I’ll try to be kind They’re always about youAnd what you’re going through My life doesn’t matter at all You’d talk all night if I let youThe more drama the better tooAnd when you drink wine OMG you’re not fine!And
Are we asking for trouble? Do we have a button to self destruct?Or have we been mis-sold alcohol’s construct? We were told it’s a drink that’s social and the height of sophistication Not that we’d want to use it for self medication. So who’s to blame?We shouldn’t feel shame We weren’t told the whole truth About it’s use.
In the last few months of my long and illustrious drinking career, there was a voice that began to whisper melodically to me. I heard it’s song nightly near the end of the second bottle of wine. The voice was darkly magical, very seductive and beautiful, and I was luckily still present enough to find
I think that it was the author Lucy Rocca who coined the term Wine Witch. Belle, who writes the blog Tired of Thinking about Drinking, came up with a malevolent wine o’clock voice named Wolfie. In the rational recovery program, the smiling assassin’s Drink Now voice is called The Feast Beast. And indeed, what I