Greeting Cards
About Us is a totally unique concept. We respect the work of the other recovery based products, but no one else carries greeting cards for people in recovery, in a create-and-print format. Our cards are not e-greetings, nor do you have to wait for us to mail them to you. You can purchase our product, on demand, without ever leaving the comfort of your own home.

We offer a wide variety of cards, including one for completion of each of the Twelve Steps, and one to celebrate each anniversary/birthday in recovery. We also carry a variety of miscellaneous recovery cards, i.e. sponsor birthday, encouragement, healthy choices etc.

Additionally, we offer custom poetry and love letters, and we even have a HILARIOUS comedy CD for sale if you feel the need for some comic relief! Peruse our site at your leisure, and please come back as often as you like. As we say in recovery, “Take what you need and leave the rest behind!!!”

God Bless,

Alli P.

This site is dedicated to two of my very dearest friends in the whole world: Mitchell S., who died from this disease because he never received this gift called recovery, and Keith M. who died with 12 years of freedom from active addiction. Both send a powerful message of recovery, and both are missed dearly.


As you can see, at the time of its inception, this site was dedicated to two of my dearest friends, and I have chosen to leave the original dedication. However…
Since that time, my beautiful daughter, my firstborn child, died on October 23, 2009 as a direct result of this disease. She truly was the most beautiful person I have ever known, inside and out. Everyone loved her. Her smile was contagious. She had a year clean and sober, but decided she wasn't one of us. She decided to do some more research, and never made it back. Relapse is not a requirement, but it is always an option. She is proof that this disease is progressive, incurable and fatal. I miss you baby. You too send a powerful message of recovery. I know that some of us must die so that others may live, but it doesn't make the pain any easier to bear. I dedicate this to you, and the good Lord, in whose arms you now rest, that your experience, strength and hope may live on.