If you like historical fiction books as I do, then books by authors Eric Larson, Ken Follett, and Kristin Hannan are at the top of your must-read list.

Today, however, we celebrate a critical true life-changing historical event. Today, we celebrate Alcoholics Anonymous 89th birthday. In honor of this day, I added the link below to take a walk back in time to see the vintage photos of Akron, Ohio the birthplace of where this humble life-saving AA movement began.

Historic Sites – Akron Area Intergroup Council of Alcoholics Anonymous (akronaa.org)

Thanks, Dr. Bob and Bill W, thanks for the many other 12-step programs that evolved and changed the hearts and minds of others struggling through the many forms of addiction and co-addiction. Thank you from the bottom of my grateful codependent heart.

So—join the company of good men and women, keep your feet on the tried-and-true paths. It’s the men who walk straight who will settle this land, the women with integrity who will last here (Proverbs 2:20-21 MSG).