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johntaras

Nine years this week on the 9th November

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I will be nine years into my recovery this Friday 9th November. Life isn’t the same but I’m so grateful to still be here and still able to work at 61, all be it only three days a week.

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Hi John :)

 

Good to hear from you. Congratulations on your 9 years anniversary this Friday the 9th.

Well done on getting back to work 3 days a week :thumbsup:

Wishing you well.

 

Take care

Tina xx

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Hi John

 

Lovely to hear from you.

 

Agree with Tina, well done on three days a week - really happy for you xx

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Congrats Johntaras on 9 years. Your post gives those of us who are way earlier in our recovery hope.  Working 3 days a week is awesome, never say only.  You are doing it, you survived .  Best wishes for 90 more.

Best wishes

Jean

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Congratulations on 9 years xxx

 

Hope you have many more xxx 

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The irony is that for the past three years I have worked in Retail as an Assistant Manager in a Charity Shop! Loved every minute of it especially the interaction with all our customers!

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Hiya John,

 

I was 9 years SAH/Shunt in 2018 as I had mine in 2009  is that correct? as maths have taken a nose dive I blame my shunt but it woke me up xxx

 

What I put my Family through makes me feel guilty. Well a little lol, but now they are treating me as normal so they know I am getting there !! Darn my acting needs a brush up. 

 

Good to see names I remember, must be getting my short term memory back ha ha  xx 

 

Well done John and keep in there XX 

 

 

 

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