This is the wonky charity quilt I made to help keep someone warm and get me out of a rut. I made the border separately and will add it later today. This was a great stash busting project. Naturally I'll be glad to see it finished and get on to using up other fabrics in my stash.
Check out the gift Aaron brought me from his neighborhood romp. He hid it behind his back and popped it out like it was a bouquet of flowers. Melted my heart for sure.
Hope you have a wonderful surprise in your day as well!
Before you read further, please know I am aware there is false news everywhere. I did my due diligence and searched to learn this man is a real person and he has an address in the same city as the article states. Suffice to say, this story appears to be real.
I read this today and thought to myself, this is the true spirit of love and Mr. Bzeek is not he first person I have met that embodied this spirit.
What many of you don't know about me is that I was a Case-manager and Psychologist and had the extreme pleasure of serving the developmentally disabled community. I met people who embodied the spirit of real love and acceptance and served others with dignity and honor.
Know these people exist and they are not super-human....they are just simply living out their truth. That "truth" is we all matter, we all count and we are all important.
A few days ago, I was annoyed by the vehicle in front of me that could
not decide what to do. I said “please turn” out loud. Once the person
turned (thankfully), I turned left so as to have no one in front of me
while driving home. Aaron noticed my annoyance and said, “Call in
an aerial strike.”
Zach responded with, “Car eliminated. Continue with
your safe driving.” I laughed out loud. Thank God for kids who understand!
Disclaimer: I know everyone gets annoyed every now and again so don't leave a shaming comment...it was all in good humor I promise...we would never hurt people purposefully. Giggles, Kelly