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Strong Weave, Durable Fabric

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I have been working with the Voices of Recovery Workbook and my sponsor suggested I submit my response to the questions of January 8: “How would I describe my recovery tapestry? What are the program threads I’ve used to weave it?” (p. 4). I am so lucky to have found this program. I would have to describe my recovery tapestry as tweed or burlap. Tweed appears to be a blend— a combination of several fabrics joined together to be stronger (and warmer). Burlap is hessian—what many sacks and bags are made of— bags designed to hold lots of heavy things like

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