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Grapevine : January 2011
in exchange for liquor. Nearly one mile into walking alongside that dark stretch of high- way, the thought occurred to me that my Higher Power is always there through prayer and conscious contact only if I am willing to accept his will and not my own. Silently, I prayed and asked for his help, expressing my willingness to remain grounded to sobriety. Sick and tired of the self-im- posed alcohol abuse that had caused my life to become unmanageable, I continued praying. From the ranch it's approxi- mately two miles to the Parks High- way, which connects Anchorage and Fairbanks. Arriving at that junction, I had to decide whether to go north or south. Choosing the southern route, both negative and positive thoughts entered my mind. Maybe getting Grapevine 13