Happy Soberversary tooooo meee!


Yup, my sobriety is 26 years old today! On November 10, 1989, I told my boyfriend and my late BFF that I have to stop drinking. I was only 20.

Every year I say the same message: teens can be alcoholics, too. We’re not always “just being kids.”

If you find that you cannot go a day (or an hour) without drinking, or alcohol becomes a way to medicate yourself against dealing with life, do some serious self-talk. You might have a life-long problem with booze.

You can defeat it, one day at a time. As long as you admit you always have a problem with drinking, you’ll be humble enough not to take risks with temptation.

Now, if you excuse me, I must plot how to get cake into my life to celebrate this day properly.



Cait Gordon has been a senior technical writer for high tech and government organizations. Her first novel is being sent to the universe. She hopes the universe likes it.

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Cait (like cat) Gordon View All →

An Irish-Canadian warrior princess and author of Life in the ’Cosm, a comedy sci-fi with an unusual amount of dessert. She's also the editor of the Spoonie Authors Network blog.

Quirky, bakey, eaty, faithy, drummy, wifey sorta gal who really likes writing words.

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