You do wonderful work and I believe they will brighten the days of many. God Bless.
You're an awesome lady to brighten the days of so many. Bless You
What a great job and useful project. Thanks for all of your hard work.
My favorite man is my Dragon unless I call him Marvy (marvelous). I can see the gleam in your eyes from here,
My brain is thinking and I have a couple of ideas so far.....
These are beautiful!! Know you put love into each one.
Thank you. I love being able to give to others.
They are lovely. I know you stitched them with love and think of each recipient lying on their pillowcase enveloped with love.
Bless your for doing this and for thinknig of so many others while worrying about your own hubby. I know that what seems like a small gesture will be a bright moment to someones day. May your hubby tolerate his treatments with minimum discomfort/side effects and enen more importantly--do their job.
Thanks. I took them in and the volunteer ladies were so excited, they had to check each one out. They were out of pillowcases, so my timing was impeccable.
they are all terrific & you will bring some much needed cheer to each recipient! Prayers for you & hubby & all who are going through treatment of any kind. ~hugs~
Just seen on T.V. this is act of kindness week, this will be prefect. They are all beautiful!
I did not realize this is Act of Kindness week - guess I just have good timing. Thanks!
You have done a wonderful job in making them and what a joy for the patients to receive such a gift. I've stopped and prayed over each one of them that I see here.
Thank you. I know the recipients of these cases will appreciate your prayers.
These are beautiful both in thought and in deed. May you be blessed for your generosity and caring. Prayers will go up for both of you.
How wonderful of you to put all this effort into the pillowcases. Hopefully it will put a smile on some of the patients face. So tell me, which one is your husband going to bring home?
hehehehehe - Hubby says I have to make one with his initials embroidered on the cuff and then hid it in the pile. Then he can go through each one until he finds his 'special' one. I'm going to have to dream up something good for him (can't you just see my little devil horns growing as I think about it :-)