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My sister-in-law is very thoughtful, always has been.  Thinks of things I would never dream of.  She found this blog and I read it and cried and quit looking at it.  Not her she added it as a link from her blog and is now making quilts for the children.  Go here to learn more www.quilt4nie.blogspot.com.  Please donate if you can.  It is such a great cause and I know we could all use the blessings from the service.  Please spread the word and feel free to link from your blogs to the site or my sis-in-laws blog HERE .  Thanks for taking the time!!

Comments

I totally have read that blog...and cried like a baby! Hey, tag you're it :)
You are too kind. Thank you for spreading the word!
Crazy...I have been following this blog for a month!!! I have to be super careful...or I'll spend all day reading it!
Mandy said…
The world is small after all. I started reading the blogs posted by both sisters. I was very much touched by the ordeal that these families and their children are going through. We see this struggle from the other side, the caregiver side and it is very hard not to connect with these families and their prayers become your prayers.

What I realized after reading C jane run is that she is my age. Then I realizd that she was from Provo, I grabbed my yearbook and we graduated the same year from Provo High. My thoughts are with Courtney and her family and I hope for a full recovery for her sister Stephanie and brother-in-law Christian.

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