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Grateful for Friends in OA

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“Any form of service—no matter how small— that helps reach a fellow sufferer adds to the quality of our own recovery.” — The Tools of Recovery I was at home on February 27 when I fell and broke my right ankle. At the emergency room, they found it was broken in two places and needed surgery. I was in the hospital for five and a half days and then in rehab for seventeen more. Per the doctor’s orders, I was non-weight-bearing, so I came home in a wheelchair. The folks in my group helped me out. They called me and

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