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One night in the car, she and her sister heard from their HP
A couple of months ago, I spent the weekend with my youngest sister who has the longest sobriety in our family and I got to go to her home group meetings. We went to a meeting every day for the four days I was there.
At that time, I was only going to one meeting a week and was feeling disconnected. It was a blessing from my HP to spend the weekend with her and feel the AA family.
My last day, we went to my brother's home group, which was a Big Book study. My brother saved a table for all three of us to sit at. It was the first time, all three of us were in a meeting together....
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