I pumped iron all day yesterday and I’m not sore today. In fact I’m feeling a little better. See I was pumping iron into my veins. My fickle blood count has dropped again and now I’m also anemic so hence the pumping of iron. But I was able to finish binding this quilt. Aren’t I talented? How many people do you know that can pump iron and bind a quilt all at the same time. Now that is multi tasking at it’s best. I’m calling this quilt; I’m A Maverick Star. It will go to a little boy with spinabifida who has been spending to much time in the hospital. I’m hoping it will bring comfort and joy to him. I’m linking up with Amy for Sew and tell. Check out what other great things have been created this week. Speaking of comfort and joy I have to tell you about a truly amazing woman. I met Ginger three years ago when I had my first visit to the chemo lab. She had a brand new baby. While she was pregnant with him she found out she had breast cancer. Four weeks after his birth she started chemo. Because the chemo lab is not a real happy place she had started bringing prizes for the patients there. My first visit there she told me chemo sucks and we need to do something to make it better. Yesterday she told me how on her good days she would load up her three children and go to businesses bald and with no boobs (that’s how she put it) and totally play the cancer card to get donations for chemo patients. She has been in remission for almost three years now and she continues to bring this comfort and joy to chemo patients. To check out what she does, leave up lifting thoughts for patients or to donate to her cause you can go here. She makes such a big difference in so many lives. Thank you Ginger for all you do!
Ginger sent me a button. If you want to use it here it is. Since I am computer illiterate I’ll ask that you make a link back to her sight. Let’s see if we can help Ginger make a difference in the lives of many that are facing such great odds. Thanks.