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The doctor also informed me that I had suffered a major concussion and that I had broken my left leg and right arm, sprained my left arm, and had a nasty gash on my right leg that required over fifty stitches. He made it clear that I was in for a long recovery requiring a lot of physical therapy and that I probably wouldn't be able to fully walk normal again until the following spring. I let out a loud groan just as my father, dressed in his freshly pressed new Scout leader uniform with a "Smokey the Bear" style green hat, opened the door without knocking and walked into the room. My father asked the doctor to leave, so he could be alone with me. I knew what was coming next.

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