Instant Karma: Moonset at Sunrise, San Francisco

“Well we all shine on, like the moon and the stars and the sun, yeah we all shine on, everyone come on…” ~John Lennon “Instant Karma’s gonna get you Gonna knock you off your feet Better recognize your brothers Everyone you meet Why in the world are we here Surely not to live […]

via Instant Karma: Moonset at Sunrise, San Francisco — Jane Lurie Photography

Have Ice Spikes..Will Hike

It’s been two weeks since my last post, and due to a winter storm that has blown through the Northeast region I’ve been finally able to get caught up on some long awaited work and desperately needed rest. After two days of staying hunkered down at home with below 20 degree temperatures, it was long […]

via Have Ice Spikes..Will Hike — Emily Carter Mitchell ~ Nature & Wildlife Photography

Advogada desmonta desculpa do MBL para caixa 2 | Blog da Cidadania

Um dos vereadores que o MBL conseguiu eleger no ano passado foi acusado de caixa 2 na campanha eleitoral. É Fernando Holiday, do DEM de SP. Ele rebateu dizendo que foi acusado por sua forma

Fonte: Advogada desmonta desculpa do MBL para caixa 2 | Blog da Cidadania

O comitê de “salvação”: Gilmar convoca os réus para refazerem a lei – TIJOLAÇO | “A política, sem polêmica, é a arma das elites.”

Fonte: O comitê de “salvação”: Gilmar convoca os réus para refazerem a lei – TIJOLAÇO | “A política, sem polêmica, é a arma das elites.”

Barb Knowles: 31 Years Sober and Counting

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Barb Knowles is the wit and wonder behind Sane Teachers, a blog about family, teaching, and being in recovery. Last year, Barb achieved an impressive milestone: she celebrated 31 years of sobriety on October 5th, 2016. We spoke to Barb about her story — how she discovered she was an alcoholic, how she got sober, what keeps her in recovery, and a bit about the sobriety community of WordPress.com.


Barb Knowles

Read “Once Upon an Alcoholic,” the post in which Barb shares more about her sobriety journey on marking 31 years sober.

You marked 31 years of sobriety on October 5th, 2016 — what’s helped you stay sober?

The most important thing has been not to drink. I have made decisions in my adult life, in sobriety, that were not good decisions. But I didn’t drink. I went to 12-step meetings and listened and didn’t drink…

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