More quilts. More friends. More love.
First, I scored some pretty flannel on sale AND with a coupon. And Second, no matter what the question may be, quilts can be the answer.
I belong to a support group for women with gynecologic cancers, and for the past 3 years we have not lost a member. That said, in the past 2 months two friends are entering the hospice and palliative care stage of their journeys. That just stinks!! No matter that advanced ovarian cancer rarely has a happy ending, I hate watching women who have come to mean a great deal to me walking that road. It’s also a stark reminder of what awaits all Ovca patients at some point.
Then my daughter let me know that her significant other’s mom is also in the hospital in serious condition. What do I do? I go to my sewing room. Here are the results, and yes, my…
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Very nice, Kym–I don’t have the patience for all that!
If someone had made me a quilt like the one your friend made for you–I’d still be crying–with Joy!
I also don’t have the patience to make such a beautiful thing, but Pat is a very special person, and as you can see, she also has a lot of friends!