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Grapevine : November 2011
Just like pop A little boy and his recover- ing father were talking one day. "When I grow up I'm going to be an alcoholic," the small boy proudly declared. "You can't do both," said the father. Mary C. e Promises? I was telling my sponsor that six months ago I was sitting in a hot tub with naked women and all the beer I could ever want. He looked at me and said, "Don't worry son, you will never have to live like that again!" Rich H. Kihei, Hawaii Watch out! I was visiting my father recently and told him I was going to AA. I was leaving for a meeting now, I said, but I would be back. He gave me a big hug, and said in a fatherly tone, "Well just be careful sweetie. ere are alco- holics at those meetings you know." Kaitlyn J. Washington, D.C. e big spill I was running late to a speaker meeting where I was the scheduled speaker. As I got out of the car I spilled my iced latte down the front of my shirt and there was no opportunity to change clothes. I solved the problem when I got to the podium and introduced myself, saying, "My name is Jan, and I have a drink- ing problem!" Jan R. Durham, N.C. Get up and go "My brain would have killed my body years ago, but it needed it for trans- portation." Jimmy S. Below is the winner of last month's caption contest. Visit our website at www.aagrapevine.org to see previous winners or to submit a caption! "You know that wearing a smoking jacket does not make you a classy drunk!" -Gus P., Eugene, Ore. aagrapevine.org 59