I went to a meeting the other day and was walking in with a friend (we squeaked in barely on time) when I noticed, down the hall, someone sitting alone. I asked, “Are you looking for OA?” The answer was yes. The newcomer had never been to that particular meeting before. I had just gotten the meeting started when two other folks walked in—they had never been to any meetings in town either. I think there was a total of six of us that day. Maybe folks were out of town or busy with holiday plans (though we all know

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