Friday

DIFOP #1: Fleece Blankets for Hospice {Update}

Eighty-two is a beautiful number.


Can you believe it? Eighty-two fleece blankets for Hospice!

Thank you, thank you, thank you (and if you didn't have a chance to participate...stay tuned because I'll be listing the next Do-It-For-Others-Project TODAY).

Statement From Hospice:

"There are seasons in life when softness counts. A soft touch can reach deeply into a heart and soul . How especially true this is for our hospice patients. What a delightful surprise to receive a phone call from you offering our patients lap blankets! Please express our heartfelt appreciation to each person that invested their time, prayers and cares by making a lap blanket. Our patients will be comforted."

P.S. I'm giving away a TON of Integrity Kids music CDs in my Blog Frog Community, EIGHT random participants will win!

9 comments:

Jenny Lynn said...

That's AWESOME.

Seriously, so exciting. Can't wait for the next project!

CraftGirlAlli said...

oh WOW!! That is awesome!! It's great to see that so many people participated! Can't wait to see what the next project is, hopefully I can join in!

Linda said...

The wonderful power of blogging and great folks who care! What a great response!

GapGirl said...

WOW amazing!!!! Just beautiful. You have inspired me to do the same!!! As a matter of fact, I am going out today to buy some fleece.... THANK YOU

laytonmom said...

thanks for continuining to use your blog for a bigger purpose!
God Bless!
Stef

zeelandchick said...

So cool! Thanks for sharing the picture, Kristen. It means a lot.

Jen said...

I am so glad I found your site! I have been wanting to do service projects with my kids, but never seem to get around to it. This is a great idea. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Desiree said...

Awesome!!! My local twins club just did a similar project for local NICUs

Alison said...

Precious! Our girls still use the blankets they got while in the PICU at Saint Paul Children's Hospital this past fall. It's neat to think about the real people behind the donations.