My name is Joy D. and I am an alcoholic.
When I became a member of AA on February 28, 1986, it changed my life. The willingness to trust in a higher power greater than myself has led me to continue to move forward in a positive way. The Big Book, Twelve Steps, and Principles of AA are all progressive tools in changing my life. To attend meetings, working with others and service work are essential to a lifetime commitment of keeping balanced and staying sober.
On August 31, 2015, I moved to SLC to begin a new adventure. Utah offers an abundance of beauty. The AA meetings are awesome, and the people I have met are wonderful.
On January 12, 2016, I attended an AA Central Office meeting, and was asked to step in as the Outreach Chair. I am very grateful for this position, as it will give me an opportunity to attend group meetings in different districts and inform them of Central Office’s function of service. At this time, I have three volunteers willing to serve on the Outreach committee. I look forward to meeting more volunteers at the March 8, 2016 Central Office meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thank you for your service.
LIFE IS LIKE A BREATH OF SPRING WHEN FLOWERS BEGIN TO BLOSSOM AND UNFOLD. THE SURROUNDINGS MAN CANNOT MOLD.
TO FEEL, TOUCH, LISTEN, LOVE AND LEARN, ARE LESSONS I HAVE EARNED
LIFE IS ALL OF THIS TO ME, TO BE CONTENT AND FREE