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NoNights has 60 days!!!!

Hey y'all! Forget these crazy posts because our NONIGHTS has 2 months clean! Girlfriend I am SO proud of you! You are a sweet amazing person and I am happy to call you a friend. Keep on truckin my Tennessee gal! You deserve all the best this world has to offer! Congratulations!
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4810126 tn?1503942735
60 Days? What a wonderful Achievement!! Keep up the great work :)
7284346 tn?1402238725
A BIG CongRAtuLAtionS to myGIRL NONIGHTS!! Woo HOO!!!  SO very happy for YOU ~~ SO proud of you for pressing in and forward and THROUGH the tough days... ONE day at a time!! You ROCK girle!!!! Keep at it honey ~~!!
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Way to go on day 60, if it keeps slowly improving every 60 days, as much as the last 60 brought, imagine a whole life of progress. So much to look forward to as we enjoy this moment. Keep on rockin.
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Hey sweetie,good for you! 60 days!! Yay it does just keep getting better and better!   Keep rockin it, and posting.  You are such a great addition to this forum, hugs
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nn, freakin unreal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   sixty days huni look how wonderful you!!!!   congratulations my friend, ty for helping me so very much with your kind words and gentle manner.  I am so proud of you and happy for you!
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Congratulations honey!! Keep knockin' down those days...Old school style!!  Don't ever stop...Keep going, you're awesome!!
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