Miracles and milestones

I have not yet gotten around to addressing the many thoughtful comments on my previous post, nor have I managed to continue on my original thought train. These past few days have hosted a series of momentous events in my life, the least of which is I am celebrating two years sobriety. I will address the adoption chasm post in the near future. Promise.

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14 Responses to “Miracles and milestones”

  1. Congratulations on two years! 🙂

  2. bluestokking Says:

    Congrats.

  3. Jensboys Says:

    Congratulations!!! WOW.

  4. […] Go visit Brad and wish him a happy anniversary. Two years sober. […]

  5. huge..congratulations.

  6. Brad, you should feel very proud of sucha huge accomplishment. Two years! Congratulations.

  7. Mei-Ling Says:

    Sorry, Brad, for posting so much lately. I feel like the discussion on your previous post turned into a sort of forum instead of a blog commentary area.

    I would have taken it private several comments ago but anon is not logged in or doesn’t have a blog, and obviously can’t display their e-mail address for correspondence.

  8. Wow, that’s amazing. Congratulations, Brad!!

  9. Congratulations on a genuine accomplishment, Brad.

    Also, I really admired your last post, and your ability to look at things from a different point of view. I don’t think anyone is “entitled” to be a parent, but to be able to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and have empathy for their feelings is a sign of personal growth and character. Which suggests that your sobriety is about more than just not drinking.

    Cheers.

  10. Brad,

    Rock on. 730 choices to stay clean and counting. Never goes away, but habits, good and bad, are hard to break. So, well done.

    Regina

  11. Congrats, Brad. If the 2 yr mark is the least of the events, the others must be doozies indeed. Wonderful to hear.

  12. 2 years… Way to go!!!! Keep strong.

  13. Brad, that is totally awesome! I’m proud of you for getting to this point and sticking to it.

    Anything now two years later difficult with sobriety? And is there anything now that you would have told yourself two years ago to make starting out on this path easier?

  14. Thank you for all the good wishes. It has not been easy, but it has been worth it.

    Interesting question Michelle. If I could tell the me of two years ago something, it would be…. You Can Fix It.

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