Kristin, What a beautiful letter to your father. My prayers are still going out to you and Richard as you still have a long journey to make as it would seem. I am glad you are at home. Nothing better then your own bed and your own food. Hosp food is gross. I have been in the hosp enough to know myself that I have people sneak me in food. LOL.
God Bless you !
Kristen, I am so overwhelmed with happiness at your words. I thank God for your return home. Home get a whole new meaning when you have been so very, very ill. I rejoice in your happiness at being surrounded by your loved ones. You did it, Girl, You are home. Sewing will be cathartic, also. Don't you think?
You have the most caring, loving husband. You should be so proud of him. What a totally NICE man. Rich thanks so much for keeping us posted on our dear, sweet friend. You are the best.
The letter to your Dad was just beautiful. Rest in your memories, and keep him in your heart forever.
Thanks, Kristen for loving us. We did for you out of great love. You are a quilter, girl and us quilter's band together when one of us has a need. Now take it easy, get some rest.
We are all surrounding you in prayer still.
Its lovely to know you are back home, and its wonderful to have you back with us again.
As Marie would say lots of "higs" coming your way.
lots of love
I was AFK for the weekend. What a lovely message to come back to. Kristin, I'm so glad to hear that you're back at home. I know you have a very long recovery ahead of you. Here's hoping that the new device works as intended. We're so glad to have you back as your recovery allows. :)
The quilt is quilted and now I'm working on the binding. I have a busy couple of days, but I hope to have everything finished and mail the quilt to Kristin by the end of the week.
Jacy you must be related to SuperWoman!! Will you post pics of the finished quilt please?
Lesley:Jacy you must be related to SuperWoman!! Will you post pics of the finished quilt please?
Jacy--I am going to add my KUDOS for a job well done! You pulled this together so quickly, and have done such a wonderful job putting it together! I can't wait to see the finished quilt!
Kristin--Continued prayers for your progress. You have a wonderful hubby who has been just great about keeping us all posted on your progress. We are all so thrilled that you are doing so well!
weezee56:Do you like super woman or wonder woman better?
How about tired woman?
Pictures, pictures...........all your blocks have made a wonderful quilt........
all finished except for a label, here's the front, and the back (cream on cream print)
Wow, Jacy. Beautiful. I am so impressed. I just love the way you've done a different quilting for each block. How special. And how quickly you've gotten it all done. I could have spent a week just mulling over the different quilting styles! Thanks so much for organizing this. I'm very happy to know that Kristin will have it during her long recovery ahead.
Kristin, hang in there, girl! You are in our thoughts daily. I think they're supposed to be testing your new neurostimulator this week - is that right? I hope you'll let us know how that goes. Fingers crossed for you!
Stunning Jacy and block contributors!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Jacy--you did an outstanding job! It's absolutely beautiful!
Jacy words fail me it is fantastic, stunning, wonderful. You are one very clever talented lady.xxx
Kristin hope you are still taking it easy and doing as you are told I am sure when you get your hands on your quilt you will feel the amount of love and friendship that has gone into it. xxx
WOW Jacy! This looks beautiful! Great job!