Operating Instructions - Study Guide Part 12 Summary & Analysis

Anne Lamott
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Part 12 Summary

Anne marks her fourth year of sobriety during the month of July. She attempts to tell Sam what her life used to be like one night while she is nursing him. She recognizes that she is far from perfect, and that Sam's existence in her life is nothing short of a miracle. Pammy is tired, but otherwise seems to be doing fine. Anne, on the other hand, is an emotional wreck. When Pammy and her husband go away for a week, Anne is somewhat grateful for the break. When Pammy returns, she seems somewhat stronger and rejuvenated. She even tells Anne that she is happy to be in the moment and isn't particularly concerned about what may happen down the road.

Part 12 Analysis

In this brief section, Anne reaches a significant milestone in her recovery. four years of sobriety. She is still depressed and is grateful for...

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