The Anonymous People


As I’ve been traveling lately, I haven’t had a chance to keep up with my posts. But I wanted to share the trailer for a new documentary coming out soon that will shed some light on addiction…hopefully giving courage to those who feel the need to remain anonymous. There is power in numbers people, and there are many recovering addicts. Unfortunately, according to statistics, there will be many more addicts (recovering or not) in the future. And if you’re a parent, don’t take this subject for granted. The very best cure is prevention. Take a second to watch it here:

God is omnipotent. {ALL powerful} Why do we put limits on Him? Believing that it’s just not possible?

That’s just it.

HE is strong enough.

Enough said.

{Besides the fact that we’re driving and I get sick if I look down too much Tongue Out}


P.S. I’m reading Heather Kopp’s book Sober Mercies and I saw this trailer on her blog if you’d like to view her post click HERE.




  1. I’m loving your heart! And loving your pictures as you travel. I will pop back in tomorrow to watch this video.

    • CelesteVaughan says

      Thanks Beth 🙂 I’m so behind on the Graffiti study…hopefully I can catch up or I may just have to skip ahead! But I still think I’m blogging on the general idea…

  2. kimberly long says


    Thank you so much for this video. It inspired me! I think I’ve been waiting until I got some time behind me before I declared to the world that I am free from pain meds. And now it has been a full year! Praise be to God, who can and still does deliver!! I want to start telling about it and proclaiming it, so I guess I should start by sharing on my blog, huh?
    Thank you for being such a great part of helping me to get free. I’ll never forget. ; )

    • CelesteVaughan says

      So glad KImberly! And so happy for you. I know what a hard journey it has been. And I’m so glad I could be a part of it! 🙂

  3. Powerful clip, Celeste.
    Loving your DC pics. Hope you’re having a great vacation!

    • CelesteVaughan says

      Thanks Susan. DC was actually a business trip for my hubby, but Marlee and I decided to go along. We did a QUICK DC tour and then she spent the night with a friend who just moved to Alexandria. We left Greenville at noon on Monday and were back my midnight on Wednesday. It was a whirlwind. But it was fun and Marlee loved seeing the monuments…especially the Lincoln Memorial. It was her favorite.

  4. Thank you for sharing this powerful and inspiring clip, Celeste – I’m passing it on . . . no cure but a solution . . . so many need this hope. (enjoy your time away!)

    • CelesteVaughan says

      Thanks Verna, I hope it will be as good as the clip seems. There is so much hope needed and the more faces that can be put the problem, the less stigmatism would be attached to it.

  5. Ginger Harrington says

    Love your visual and the clip is great. Thanks for sharing!

    • CelesteVaughan says

      Thanks Ginger! I can’t wait to see it. Hoping it will she a positive light on recovery and keep people from feeling like they have to hide in the shadows.

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