All Aboard the AA Meeting
Two alcoholics hold an impromptu meeting aboard a cruise ship and help each other stay sober that day
Four winters ago, my teenaged daughter convinced me to take her on a Caribbean cruise. It was my first cruise and will probably be my last. However, despite the passage of time, I still recollect a fellow alcoholic I met onboard and wonder how he's faring on terra firma.
Every morning at about 4 a.m., the printed schedule for the day was slipped under each cabin door. Every day I noticed this announcement: "8 a.m.: AA Meeting in Ship's Library." With a few 24 hours under my belt, I had hit several meetings before the trip, so I thought, "Well, I don't really need a meeting..." My...
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Bedford Village, New York
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