tkankyou so much for sharing you story.you really know how to keep people intrested.you touched a lot of emotions in me that i needed to be reminded were there thank you
This was just what the doctor ordered! 'Laughter is the best medicine'. Initially I was taken aback when Pat introduced herself. I'm so glad I continued to listen. She has a terrific sense of humour and her audience clearly loved it. So did I.
I love her!
She's a great speaker; Funny. smart and knows how to keep going in her story!
She's a great speaker if you're into an al-anon speaker.
Pat, it was so good to see you at the Austin City-Wide Meeting. I'm especially glad that I was able to let you know that I was still alive(and sober) in spite of trying really hard to not be for a couple of years from late 1999- 2002. I was so blinded by my disease and the loss of my soberiety and my marriage to a wonderful lady(one of the many gifts I received in almost 10 years of soberiety. I made some bad choices and lost the best friend I had ever had when that marriage ended. I know today that I was a difficult person to be around the last couple of years of our marriage. I am really greatfull that I was able to see you and let you know that I am sober and want to live today! GOD bless you..you are a dear lady and loved by so many people in Austin. I feel honored to know you. I wish I had known Jack better. You are an Austin recovery community treasure, just as Jack was.
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