Monday, March 25, 2013

do.good forever.

just a few more quilts that were given to some very special people from the amaaaaazing girls of the heal circle.
i have the very best job! ;) 



top and bottom were assembled by me and quilted by kelsey from our circle.  she was super awesome and quilted the names of each of the members in the quilt.  i love it.  the middle one was assembled by emily.  we have the best group ever!  

xx
nicke

14 comments:

  1. beautiful! it must be so rewarding to give the quilts to the recipients personally.

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  2. Love seeing these pictures! Project Linus is great, but we don't always get to see who they go to with our circle.

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  3. These photos always warm my heart!

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  4. I just get all goose bumpy whenever you post pictures like this...I just love that you get to give your quilts out!! I love that they truly get to feel loved not just by you but your circle also! So wonderful! Your heart for people in Hospice is inspiring.

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  5. I love our group so much! These pictures make me so happy about the good still out there!

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  6. Oh, these pictures particularly struck a chord with me today. You have such a generous heart, Nicke. And I love that you and the Heal circle are giving these people some love and comfort.

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  7. Aww, they all look so appreciated, well done ladies!

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  8. Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you for bringing these pictures to us today! Just what I needed. Girl, I've got 30 new members coming in this month and changes effecting 9 groups to reorganize the internationals. Phew. This is why it's worth it. Thank-you.

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  9. This made me tear up!! You are a beautiful person Nicke -- inside and out! Your circle is amazing!! WOW!

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  10. Oh these pictures are tugging at my heart!

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  11. So well done! It's incredibly touching to see and know who received these tangible pieces of love.

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  12. It is heartwarming and with much appreciation that one could see that other people still gives with open hearts and hands. Well done!

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