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Tahiti Holds First Convention In French Polynesia
A small band of South Pacific AAs have joined together to strengthen their ability to carry the message throughout French Polynesia. More than forty...
Notes From A Group Inventory Chair (by Roy R.)
I have been blessed in sobriety beyond my comprehension--but this doesn't mean that my life has been a perfect bowl of cherries. There were times it...
Coming Out Of My Shell... (by Tawny A.)
Coming out of my shell in sobriety took no time at all. I have always had a gregarious and outgoing personality. When I celebrated ninety days of...
Being A Zebra (by Sherry B.)
Flying in an airplane for the first time since getting sober made me nervous. My husband had gone to Chicago for a business meeting and I was joining...
Reading Out Loud (by Janis H.)
My most memorable time during my service commitment on the Grapevine committee was when Captain John (now at the big meeting in the sky) asked if I'd...
Tradition 4: From the Bottom Up (by Dave R.)
This morning, as I was reading the book Thank You for Sharing--Sixty Years of Letters to the AA Grapevine, I came across letters in a section...
At Wit's End (by E.D.)
OLDIE BUT GOODIE: A recovering alcoholic went out to dinner and was asked by the hostess if he would like a cocktail. "No thanks," he replied. "I...
Dear Grapevine (by JEAN M.)
The original purpose of this letter was to ask you to kindly consider returning the Responsibility Declaration to the printed pages of Grapevine.
EMBRACED BY LOVE (by CASEY K.)
YOUNG People in Alcoholics Anonymous (YPAA) terrified me, as individuals and as a whole. So I did what any good alcoholic does--I judged them. Who...