As my days of learning not to procrastinate are counting down, its like my life is becoming bright again.
In my first year of Recovery from alcohol i remember feeling my days getting brighter and brighter until that 365th day, when i woke up and it was like it was the sun was shining so brightly that i thought there would never be another cloud in the sky to darken my days.
Learning to forgive and to be at peace with myself is an amazing feeling.
I have lost count of how many times i have fallen and then, picked myself up, dusted myself off and spat out the dirt in mouth.
But with each time i have fallen, i dragged myself up and got on with the job.
As i have gotten older it’s taking a little longer to pick myself up, but that is because i am analyzing why i have fallen and how not to do it again.
I am not letting my ego, my biggest defect of character take over.
My higher power, my gut instinct and my will to live the life i was meant to live, is finally giving me the drive i need to get on and to look forward to when i have get to day 1.
I can look back over the 365 Days of Recovery from Procrastination and i will see myself like a butterfly coming out of my cocoon. I can already feel the transformation.