48 Cents Short
After sixteen years, his program still comes up short
It is 1:05 A.M. on a Thursday morning. I am writing this on paper borrowed from a hospital nurse. I am starting my tenth day in this hospital room. My ongoing struggle with pancreatitis (a condition that developed through alcohol and drug abuse and a serious accident) has once again made me seek medical treatment. In eight days, I will have sixteen years of continuous sobriety.
While this trip to the hospital was sudden and unexpected, I had AA literature in the car with me when I arrived. I soon (as my physical illness subsided) had an audiocassette tape player and AA tapes, copies...
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Flat Rock, North Carolina