I spent some time yesterday thinking about the last couple of years when I became clean and sober.
A lot has changed.. a lot of it for the good and a lot of food for the better… it’s a wonderful thing to wake up without a cloud in mind everyday where you’re not hungover or feeling nauseous.
It’s a wonderful thing to wake up and just be alive. I know there are a lot of people who don’t have that luxury anymore or they’re so caught up in their addiction they’re on a downward spiral. An addiction doesn’t just have to be alcohol or drugs, it can be whatever affects that person.
I have realized also that I don’t have a lot of people that I call friends. The people I hang out with lately due to the pandemic are just the people that I work with and my husband.
Some me laugh at me because I take social distancing extremely seriously… but I am doing what I have to do because of where I work. If I get the virus, I don’t work. So I’m trying to do everything in my power to make sure I don’t get that.
I’m very lucky to have a husband who believes in me and supports me and also still social distances for me.
Yes he’s going to Daytona Beach Bike Week but I believe that he will Social distance and he will wear his mask and he will be cautious. But he also needs to live and he deserves it.
So sometimes I sit and think I wish I had a real good friends that I could talk to every single day but you know what….what-you-see-is-what-you-get.
I am me and if people don’t like me because I don’t party or cut up or go out as often, then so be it. I’ve never been one that fit in with the crowd.
And you know what that’s okay. So if you’re struggling with something hang in there. Tell those demons to get back and know that you’re never alone. Don’t forget to always look up 🖤
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