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Thread: Here's what I did on National Quilting Day

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    Wow! You (and your mom) are very special people!
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    Such a lovely story so very sweet

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    Great story. You and your Mom should be very proud of yourselves. I made a QOV quilt and donated some fabric to the group. It makes me feel good to think that the quilt that I made is keeping some soldier warm and comforting him (or her). Keep up the good work. I plan more quilts this year.
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    What a loving story. Thanks to all those who support our military whether near or far; wounded or not.

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    What a thoughtful thing to do. The quilts are beautiful!

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    That is a most endearing story. Thank you and the others for reaching out and showing your appreciation and gratitude that ALL who serve deserve.

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    What a wonderful gesture you and your mom had. You two (and the rest that helped) have earned stars in your crowns. God Bless you all.
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    This is truly awesome. Thank you for sharing.

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    Great story and wonderful picture of all. Nice work, Jan and Mom.

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    Thank you Jan for this awesome story! My heart goes out to those young ones who put their lives on the line for our liberty. When our grandson went to Iraq, it was like sending a baby to war. He returned a different person. I believe they are permanently scarred. God bless our troops. BTW, kudos to the veteran who made the perfect quilt for Kate.
    One step at a time, always forward.

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