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Hanging with the Hooligans and Having Fun

After our very emotional,  thought-provoking, deep sharing, and vulnerable support meeting, four of us decided to go for some dinner. As we strolled down the street It felt like we were the good kind of gang – almost like the Island of misfit toys in that timeless Christmas classic, Rudolph.  It feels great to be a part of something that spreads from city to city and from coast to coast, sometimes overwhelming when you think of the scope of it and the large land mass.

Google maps helped us find a reasonably close spot; the air was chilly for April. We were all a little perplexed as the menu was in Italian (mostly) and our server was actually from Milan Italy. We chuckled at one another’s awkwardness with the menu and that one client had to share his reading glasses with another – bite the bullet man, buy those glasses!

Just a little reminder that being comfortable is most often easier, yet it is about pushing through hesitation and uncertainty to experience life on life’s terms.  To get out of our bubbles! Explore, try new things, live in the moment, be present.

We had a great time. We were the only crew in that trendy little restaurant that had sparkling waters not glasses of wine and that was fabulously ok and it was fabulously us. We raised those sparkling waters, “here’s to connection, support, recovery and love”.

Salute my friends and brothers, salute!

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Please compliment Craig for his cheerfulness. It makes the day so much easier to face. He is steady and pleasant all the time. I also would like the rest of the staff to know that it is so nice to see people happy doing their jobs. This makes it easier to face sobriety. Something else that should be said is that the ownership needs to be complimented for their vision and foresight around what treatment should be. They need to be congratulated on developing SCHC into what it is now and for their vision for what it can become.

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