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Grapevine : April 2011
When I first came to my home group I was welcomed with open arms. The members asked noth- ing of me. They gave me a place to rest. They gave me food when I was hungry. They gave their ears to hear my fears. They gave unconditionally. We seemed to always be meeting Get in the car Little did he know, he was about to embark on the ride of his life at parking lots, piling into a cramped car for the ride to the next commit- ment. All I seemed to hear was, "Get in the car." Even after some time passed and the fog in my brain lifted a bit, I continued to just get in the car. Every month we met to discuss our group's effectiveness in carrying OLD-TIMERS PHOTO BY MISHA 54 April 2011