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Thread: Painted quilt for terminal friend

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    Super Member marla's Avatar
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    This is a beautiful quilt and story of hope. It is wonderful you all are showing support for her recovery. God Bless you all.
    Jesus knows all my imperfections yet he still loves me. Amazing!

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    That is absolutely beautiful, and will help cheer her up.
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    Beautiful flowers for a comforting quilt to wrap her in love. Such a sad story.

    Everyone can learn from this - don't skip your annual PAPs. I did for 4 years. I was lucky - the cancer had not spread into other areas, but I did have to have a hysterectomy, because the surgeon could not get clean margins in the first surgery.

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    So sorry for the reason for the quilt but it is truly spectacular.

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    what a blessing...the quilt and the love that went into it Before my brother lost his 4th and final battle to cancer February of this year, I crocheted him a large granny square afghan to use when he went for chemo, transfusions and of course home. He loved it and now his wife uses it and remembers him. I hadn't gotten to see him in 8 years and charged an airline ticket the see him 8 months before he died. He llived halfway across the USA and I am a senior on a fixed income. It was a blessing to visit for that week I got to be with them.

    Thanks for sharing what you did. Beautiful.


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    What wonderful friends and what a beautiful quilt.

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    What a wonderful think to do. So beautiful. She must feel so special.

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    This is beautiful!! I am sure she will cherish it, and that it will give her comfort.

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    What a great idea to treasure your friendship. The quilt turned out lovely and will be loved for sure.

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    A lovely quilt, and thoughtful for your friend.

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