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South Carolina An active quilter for 13 years, mid arm quilter for 5 years. If I am not sewing I must be sick.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The Joy of Giving

Yesterday while at the chemo lab, I gave three quilts to cold chemo patients.  The last one, the large batik quilt was presented to a man.  Tears streamed from his eyes after laying the quilt on him.  After a hug I was filled with joy for the whole day.




8 comments:

  1. What a wonderful thing you do -giving those quilts to chemo patients.

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  2. What a blessing for those folks! Love seeing the beautiful quilts you are making.

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  3. I love hearing your stories as you gift these quilts. I can understand the tears. Though every quilt is a treasure, that batik quilt is gorgeous!

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  4. Oh, Frog Quilter - now I have tears in MY eyes - and the Joy of Giving - through you and your "Quilty Hugs" - ;))

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  5. Those quilts are beautiful and the love of giving them to people who are so ill is just so special. Those quilts will be treasured! Thanks for the sympathy of me being so tired from all the work I did while I was on "vacation". LOL!!! I just want to get the yard work done so I can get back to the sewing machine!

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  6. It's wonderful how you are touching the lives of people who very much need the blessing.

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  7. so generous and kind. Bless you!

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  8. Thank you for your mission of service. Your work is a lovely blessing.

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