I recently finished knitting a hat for my sponsor. It’s a “dancing ladies hat,” an old Norwegian pattern with ladies kicking up their heels as they make a circle. They make me think of our meetings, learning the Steps, and finding joy in OA unity. Knitting is my meditation. I do a bit every day, and things get finished. During this hat project, I practiced the Tools, meditated on the process of recovery, and offered a prayer for my sponsor in every stitch. One stitch isn’t much, but it is a step, and taking one step after another gets the project

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