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By nickwyo
7/9/2011 5:53:18 AM
Well.....it's Day 528.......I haven't jotted down anything for a while........kinda got caught up in other things........bankruptcy, son's HS graduation..preparation for college. I don't have any desire to drink........I'm managing ok without it. I don't miss it. It is difficult having to try and find a job.......and I don't know how much longer I can hang on to this house. I am fortunate that my son's mother is independently wealthy.....although her pleas of poverty are becoming cumbersome...(I'm so broke......look at my new jet ski). I don't mind that so much as what she had to go through with the car accident was awful. At least he's taken care of for the moment with college and he starts at VCU in the fall. I do feel terrible because I'm not contributing much.........

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Yes you are    
"You are making the greatest contribution of your life.

He has a clean dad - That is worth all the riches in the world.

The fact that you are sober minded to think of him and his welfare is priceless.

The rest will come - Hold on tight Nick."
posted at 08:15:00 on July 9, 2011 by ruggaexpat
U are contributely alot........!!!!!    
"by being a clean Dad and it sounds like u also relish the chances u get to hang out with him which is AWESOME!!!!"
posted at 17:01:45 on July 9, 2011 by Joshua


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