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Thread: What I Did on Monday

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    Senior Member twospoiledhuskies's Avatar
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    So wonderful, I know the residents will love them. I volunteer to do grocery shopping/deliver to the seniors in my area once a week. I look forward to seeing these special people every time. They are the best :thumbup:

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    what a big heart you have.

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    There are some great looking quilts there. What a wonderful thing to do for the residents, I bet they were ecstatic.

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    What an amazing job done on each quilt !
    Everyone wins !!

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    Thanks for sharing - nursing home patients are always so appreciative of anything they get.

    Good job,
    Sherryl
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    I loved reading about your program. Thanks for sharing pictures.

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    What a great thing you are doing. And to think that these wonderful quilts are all hand sewn. It really is an incredible story.

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    Great Job!

    Thanks for sharing with all of us!

    I just took 9 big bags of clothes and purses and donated them to a local nursing home.

    The office manager was very appreciated and wish that more people would donate to the nursing homes.

    Last year I took sacks of clothes, purses, socks, shavers etc. to them.

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    Fabulous.

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    Aww Kathy, what a great thing to do..something good comes from the efforts of those convicts! I bet the Warden did enjoy seeing the program in action.

    The whole thing reminds me of how much I miss my grandmothers! *sniff...sniff*

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