Confessions of an Alcoholic
Copyright © Pat Ritter 2004.
Bundy is retired and lives on his farm where he sits on the front veranda to ponder his past and think about his future. Only recently he lost the one and only person he has ever loved, his wife Ada who passed away peacefully after losing her battle with cancer.
If Bundy ever again had the desire or temptation to drink alcohol it was now. It wouldn’t take much to lift the glass to his lips and gulp down its contents and taste the same bitter ale which was so common to him, and return him onto that journey of destruction, which he so often travelled.
He remembered the promise he’d made to Ada some twenty-seven years ago ‘HE WOULD NEVER DRINK ALCOHOL AGAIN!’ He must keep to that promise.