Good morning and happy hump day kids, I hope that you enjoy your day to the fullest without letting an asshole fuck it up for you no matter what goes down.
As for me? Based on the app for drunks like me, today is my 9th alcohol-free day and I feel fucking great… WOO-HOO! As the days pass, I feel better and better, because my body is getting rid of all the fucked-up alcohol that I put in it during my last weekend binge. I’ve also been getting into the habit of taking my crazy meds every day, especially Lithium at night. Other than that, I’m chilling like a villain. So what’s up in your neck of the woods?
Good morning and happy Tuesday kids, I am happy to say that today is my 8th alcohol-free day and I feel fucking great! My only advise to those who want to stop drinking is, to do whatever the fuck works for them.
In my case, since I’m an on and off weekend binge drinker, I don’t have a problem staying away from alcohol on regular weekdays. Since I’m a beer drinker, even if someone was to offer me a case of beer on a Wednesday, I will gladly turn it down without thinking about it twice. Now, if the same scenario is played out on a Friday evening after work, then the story will have a different ending. Always keep in mind, that we drunks were not created equal.
Good morning and happy Monday kids, it’s official, my first alcohol-free weekend of 2021 came and went like diarrhea, but smoother. Right now, I am super duper happy, because I don’t have to worry about a fucked up hangover or any fucked up regrets, and to be honest, I feel like to Tony the tiger… Grrreat! As a matter of fact, today is my 7th alcohol-free day… WOO-HOO!
The one person who I really have to thank is my better half… my wife of 30+ years, for keeping my crazy ass busy most of the time over the weekend. Because the thing about my weekend binge drinking is, that I do it out of boredom, not because my body needs or wants alcohol, I only do it because most of the time I don’t have shit to do on the weekends, specially the evenings. I’m just glad and happy, that I am were I am right now. Keep hope alive!
OK boys, girls and others, I am happy to announce that this was my first alcohol-free weekend of 2021 and I feel fucking great. As a matter of fact, yesterday I was so busy that I didn’t miss drinking for shit. The thing about my weekend binge drinking is, that as long as I keep my crazy ass mind busy, specially in the evenings, I’m OK. I am so fucking happy, that this Sunday morning, I’m not dealing with a fucked up hangover. WOO-HOO!
Even though I only binge drink on and off on the weekends, I have been looking for stop drinking self help books for the last week or so, and not for nothing, but the thing that I’ve noticed was, that everyone of those stop drinking book authors, have their own ideas as to what the problem is and how to fix it. And again, not for nothing, but another thing that I did noticed was, that unlike me, who can stay away from alcohol for months at a time, but when I do drink, I only go on a binge on the weekend, them motherfuckers drank every fucking day of the week. Don’t’ get me wrong, I’m not saying that I’m better than them, but that brings me to the following questions.
Since I’m an on and off weekend binge drinker, do I really need a stop drinking self-help book? Or should I just learn how to keep my lazy ass brain busy, during the weekends?
I’ve always said, that if not everything, at least somethings happen for a reason.
Yesterday after work, I watched one episode of two different TV series that I like, and to my surprise, both of them were about a person who fell off the wagon. Now what are the odds of that? I’ve always hated math, so I don’t know, but it really got me thinking.
OK kids, I am happy to say that today is my third day without drinking WOO-HOO! But to be honest with you, that’s nothing, because my problem is weekend binge drinking, I don’t drink for shit on regular week days.
But the truth is, that after my new year weekend binge, I felt the hangover for a couple of days and right now, I’m really not looking forward to feeling like that in the near future.