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      I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Years!!! This is a time for new choices and wishes and paths. I hope that everyone can find something new to pursue and old habits to change. I know that I have a list of new things to pursue and a lot of old habits to change! Take care everyone and let’s make 2015 a awesome year!!!

    • #27929

      Thanks lizbeth. Happy New Year to you and everyone else here as well.

      Personally I used to hate New yYar. All those people celebrating, making resolutions, changes, positive stuff, new beginnings etc…. when of course all the time I knew it was just going to be more of the same ****!

      That was when I was gambling of course. These days i do celebrate, I do look forward with optimism. Life in recovery means I can do that.

      It will be a quiet one for me though; we have a dog and she hates fire works so we will be at home with her for midnight.

      Liz, I look forward to reading how you get on with that list 🙂

    • #27930

      Happy New Year’s Charles! I am spending New Year’s Eve with my Grandson. We are going to have some apple-pear cider and wear our funny hats and use our party horns!! I am looking forward to a peaceful, healthy life in 2015!!!

    • #27931

      Happy New Year to all the members of this site, old and new, and to the staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to make it the place of support and healing that it is! As a CG in recovery I too look forward to the new year. A new year to say thanks for all the good things in my life. I treasure my family, my friends and good times, thanks to recovery. Happy New Year!

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