My life today is still one of simplicity. Not only have I
been able to stay sober, I have grown in my recovery with
each passing day. I am so grateful to have found this new
life to treasure as I continue to draw a beat to the end.
With the help of God, as I understand him, I have been
able to share my thoughts and emotions with many of the
articles and short stories I have written. This has truly been
a gift, one of which I would not have had if not for sobriety.
Alcoholics Anonymous has been the back bone of my sober
living. It has done for this alcoholic what I could never have
done for myself.
Periodically, I hope to continue to write an update for
"Alcoholic Reprieve," a recovering alcoholic's guide with
God bless... Bingocliff
This has not to do with fame. My life for fame had
passed me by in all the years I lived in misery as an
active alcoholic. This has to do strictly with sharing
my experiences, strength, and hope to whoever reads
my inspirations. I shall continue to make changes and
add as I grow in my recovery. Whoever visits
'Alcoholic Reprieve,' will only know me as Bingocliff.
On March 3, 2019
I received a 21-year medallion for sobriety. This is truly a miracle and
even so I have done little writing for this website for the past several
years does not mean that I am not doing any writing. I am always writing as
I live my life one day at a time. Hoping to share my experience, strength
and hope in the form of a novel.