The Beginning of My End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today. - Part 23

By Sleepynurse · Feb 5, 2015 · ·
  1. Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Wah! Just wrote a decent entry and it just... disappeared...

    Okay, today was great. Absolutely gorgeous weather. Had an excellent run and the SMART meeting was great as well!

    I also heard back from the board and it seems I qualify for their diversion program which makes me so ooooooo happy! Basically, a 3 year probation period, which I can live with. I'll describe it more later.

    Today I cried out of happiness! That hasn't happened in so long...

    I also cried from being sad but that's okay. I hope one day I can exit the emotional rollercoaster...

    "It’s alright
    If you finally stop caring
    Just don’t go and tell someone that does
    Cause even though I know there’s hope in
    Every morning song
    I have to find that melody alone"

    From Morning Song by the Avett Brothers. Listened to this and cried again, lol.

Comments

  1. Jungledog
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Good news on the board!!! I figured this is what they would do. :) Can you work during probation?
  2. Sleepynurse
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Yes, JD, I can work during probation! Just going to be interesting to see who will hire me with the narc restrictions. I don't even care! So happy.
  3. BeachWalk
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Congratulations Sleepy! That's wonderful news. Does this mean you can work anywhere or do you have to remain in the area? If you were to move to a safer location eventually just wondering if you could take your records with you. Or a referral. I have no idea how that works and am only asking because I care about your safety. You are doing an amazing job and I am happy for you.
  4. john123470
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Wow, Sleepy Nurse, what a story ! I love how you manned (woman’d ?) up and owned your situation without any whining or complaining. Raw Inspiration that. With that attitude, you will sort out your domestic scenery in your own good time.

    Thanks also for not using the word ‘[email protected]’ in every second sentence. It can be very off putting to a (non-swearing) newbie coming on Df desperately seeking help. It doesn’t add to a story and makes the teller that bit more trailer-trashy. Long may you run, Lady !
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