Thursday, January 3, 2013

Giveaway Winner!


I am touched beyond words by all the lovely comments I received.  You made me smile and laugh, touched my heart and soul, and I appreciate each and every word you shared!
Thank you all for taking the time to tell us about what you're hoping for in 2013.

And now....for the winner....it's Sheila S. who said......


1.     What wonderful goals-kindness and graciousness seems to be slowly fading-how wonderful it would be if each and every one of us adopted those goals. What is my goal? My terrific hubby and I have been the care givers for the last 8 years for a really good friend who is a two time cancer survivor. It is looking like he will not make 9 years and my goal is to lose the 15# put on through those stressful times and to get back to an exercise program.
Wishing you and your hubby a wonderful 2013!

Congratulations, Sheila S!  Please send me an email with your address so I can get your scissors to you.

As I read thru the comments, it became very clear that we all have so much in common.  We want to excercise more, loose weight, become more organized, finish more UFO's, keep in touch with people we love, and take more time for ourselves to enjoy our lives.  We certainly want to continue making more quilts, and use up scraps...and enjoy the process as we piece.  Yes...we are certainly not alone in sharing those goals!

Several of you shared personal challenges, and to Catherine Z....you and your hubby will be in my thoughts as you take this journey together.  And, Mardi....as your grandson returns to his new Sandy Hook Elementary School today, I will be joined by our entire nation as we send love and healing wishes to all affected by this tragedy, especially the little ones.  Remember, too, that our fellow Americans on the east coast still need help recovering from Hurricane Sandy, too! 

Tomorrow morning, I'll post Part One of my next Pocket Patchwork Sew~Along called Orphans & Scraps.  I'm very jazzed and can't wait to get started and I hope you'll consider joining in the fun!  So...give your machine a good cleaning, load in a new needle, fill your bobbin and tune in here tomorrow.  Until then....

I wish you peace while piecing....
 
Pam

 

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