Back to the business of living

It’s slow going, for sure. First, let me thank you again for all the wonderful comments. He was a great man, and he was loved by many.
Several people commented about how everyone should be loved like that, and I think that most people are. You just might not know it. So if you have someone special – a husband, wife, mother, father, aunt, uncle, child, friend, teacher, whatever – I’d like to humbly suggest you create such a list for that person and SHARE IT. I know Rick knew I loved him with my whole heart, but I also know he didn’t know half of the whys, and I’ll never be able to share it with him. Please, if you are inclined, don’t wait any longer.

I also wanted to bring your attention to Iraqi Bundles of Love. Read the site for details, but the gist is that you make a bundle of sewing or knitting supplies, send it to the IBOL Guy whose unit is stationed in northern Iraq, and the local authorities will distribute the supplies to women in the area. Time is short – you have to have these things in the mail by Sept 7, but truly, we all have stashes we can dig into, I’m sure. Mailing instructions are there, and you just leave a comment to get the address emailed to you. I’ll be sorting through my quilting stash this afternoon.

About pacalaga

Wife, mother, cat-tolerator, dog-lover. Knitter, quilter, occasional spinner, random weaver. Reader, writer, eater, runner. Other assorted roles as necessary.
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