Thursday, February 3, 2011

Its a celebration!

Yup, your reading it right today marks two years clean and sober! You will notice the sea shell attached, I went back to that same meeting I spoke at last week on Lake Worth beach and they attach a seashell to their key tags.

I was asked how I did it and for the first time I can remember, I was speechless. Now if you know me your thinking, what Chuck couldn't think of something to say???? The answer is yes. A came up with something but I don't think it made any sense because I was left in awe of this shiny black key chain. Now I know that sounds kinda stupid, but I have wanted one of these things for a decade. I am fortunate that I finally want one bad enough to stay clean.

Now your probably asking yourself what is he doing today to celebrate? Well to answer that question, I spent most of the day jumping through hoops at the zoning board trying to no avail to get job number two legally licensed. After the meeting tonight I spent a couple hours getting two new guys orientated to our program. The rest of the night? Well I am about to turn on the daily show, then maybe watch some family guy.....some real intellectual stuff eh?

Well that's about it for now, you all have a great day, k!
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  1. congratulations honey! i could not be prouder!

    now i have to get back to my birds. they are angry! ha ha

    smiles, mom

  2. way to go chuck, i am proud. how did you do it, one day at a time.

  3. Congratulations Chuck. You have made your parents proud.


  4. i am so incredibly proud of you chuck. through it all i have been waiting for you sometimes cheering, sometimes screaming, and sometimes quietly. i want nothing but the best for you as you continue on this journey ♥

  5. Congratulations Chuck, that is quite an achievement!

    Big Smiles.

  6. Congrats, Chuck - carry that key fob proudly because you earned it one day at a time.


  7. One day at a time, one breath at a time. Keep on doing it, Chuck!

  8. Congratulations! I am sure it was not an easy two years, but you are stronger for it, and helping so many others now. Your parents are proud, your friends are proud, total internet strangers are proud. Keep it up!