Things have changed, surroundings have changed, the mission is still the same. The move from NH to MA went smoothly, there were no relapses or casualties. Wow, I feel like I won an Emmy or Global award, or something, not quite. But their are a lot of people I would like to thank for giving me a chance! I haven’t even settled into my new location yet, but I’m already doing the ground work for a better life. Routine, Routine, Routine… I cannot emphasize it enough. As for a local meeting, I’ve already found a group and attended, found a local church to go to… and to keep my sanity I’m watching what I eat, walking every morning before 7 am, and talking to the people that mean the most to me.
Every Rebel is taking off like a success rocket! I’m already talking to organizations who want to get involved, and fund. I’ve spoken to a young gentleman who is a professional skateboarder retired. I don’t want to throw names around but, “he knows people”. Every Rebel cross their fingers and hope we make the am/pro circuit of skateboarding.
The rest of this week my efforts are already focused on giving back. I will be donating my time to the organization that helped me to avoid homelessness, the chance of relapse, and overall helped make me who I am today the DVFarm.