Drunk Dreams

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I haven't had very many drunk dreams in my life.

But, I had one last night and they are "scary" because when I wake up I have NO consequences although I was drunk in my dream...no hangover....nothing...and it makes me think....about drinking.

Luckily, I watched a show with Lindsay Lohan in it and her mother was a drinker....it was called Georgia Rules...and her mother got so drunk (she was a very good actress)....and then she got put on Antabuse and drank and was vomitting all over the place...hahahaha...

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    Love you!  I also had a dream about drinking last night.  Maybe we should hang out in our dreams.  Happy sobriety to you and me!  

    No Campral, no naltrexone.  I'm starting to feel a bit better as time goes on.  

    Gotta get ready for work.  Chat later!  Keep up the good work.  So proud of you!  

    Stay sane, stay sober! <3 

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      Awe..Love you too....yes...that would be really cool if we could chose to hang out with people in our dreams...I had a dream once...that was SO COOL.

      I was on STAGE with Madonna....I would NEVER have that experience.....and I got to have it in my dream.

      Yes, Happy Sobriety and Good Health to us.

       

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    Lol. I still have dreams when I'm drinking, even though it's 9 1/2 years since my last one. I wake up feeling really disappointed then a feeling of relief when I realise it's 'only a dream!' Strange...

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