Being An Alcoholic - Original Writing

1676 Words Jul 3rd, 2015 7 Pages
This time they decided to send me out of town to a program in Arizona. I arrived there on a Friday, however, the program wasn 't to commence until that Monday. There was no way I was going to check in and be on lockdown, knowing that I still had a weekend to play with. I checked into a hotel and prepared myself for, what I thought would turn out, a great time. I learned that things don 't always turn out as planned. I hit the town running at full speed seeking the first bar I could locate to get things kicked off. Before I knew it, I had gone from one bar to another, even catching taxis to get to and from them. When I made it back to the hotel room, I was pretty loaded and should have called it quits. But there 's another thing I learned about being an alcoholic. As long as we have the means to access another drink, don 't expect us to turn it down.

I had exhausted quite a bit of my funds by drinking that night yet, I wasn 't done. I took another taxi out into town trying to find some place to buy more drinks. Only this time I was greeted by one of the not so friendly residents of the city. He managed to steal $50 I had in my back pocket, my cell phone and my wedding band. Pissed as I was, I still was reluctant to give in. Think it couldn 't get any worse? Before I knew anything else, I had black out and was left clueless as to where I was. When I woke up, I thought I was back in the hotel room. However, once again I managed to find a spot on the…
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