Keeping in touch
These are challenging times made even harder by not being able to have the gatherings and visits that are the core of our lives. Despite our isolation, we still can keep connected through email, text, Zoom or Facebook. Not the same but even more important now.
Another great way to stay connected and brighten the day of a friend is through mail. A card or a handwritten note takes the place of sitting beside that friend even if only for a moment. But it can also be a reminder of that special friendship you share over and over as it sits on your table or you pick it up to reread.
And so, if you know of one of our members who is needing a boost to their spirits with a ‘thinking of you’ card, please let me know and I will get one out to them from all of us. Life goes on with normal things as well and a get well or sympathy cards might also be needed.
Please let me know about these kinds of needs and events so we can remind our members that while we are apart, we will always be together in our hearts.
Take care, stay safe and well. Carla
We are wishing Linda B a swift recovery from major surgery. We hope that she will get back to her sewing machine soon and in the meantime, have some warm cups of tea in front of some great quilting videos. All the best in your recovery, Linda. and lots of hugs and kisses from all of us.
We also wish Mary D a big happy birthday on one of her ‘big’ ones! Well done, Mary! You are such a faithful worker and giver in our guild and we are all so thankful for you.
Blessings to both of you wonderful ladies!