Friday, April 27, 2012

Special Daughter Time

Happy Friday everyone, hope you had a good week, mine was something of a whirlwind. Two Happy Birthday events that went well and a surgery that didn't happen for little Sissy's ears. Mom and Dad prepared her and off they went, only to find that she had a bit of a fever and runny nose so Dr. chose to reschedule. We will try again in a few weeks.




Yesterday, Kami and I enjoyed some special time. She asked me to help her on the first 'cancer quilt' that she is making for patients to use during their chemo and radiation treatments, something of their very own to cover up with. You can read about it here on her blog.  It was symbolic in a way for me, it was the first time I was visiting and it wasn't about her cancer, it was about moving on, putting that journey behind us and putting to use lessons learned during that time.

Now, there are things to tend to up at the Little House.... a Mister to hug, a cat to pet, chickens to greet, a garden to prep...etc.....Life is good!

Have the sweetest of weekends my friends.   xo

11 comments:

B'ham said...

Kami's quilt project is precious... Those colours go so wonderful together !!
Hope you have a lovely weekend as well !!
xoxo

polkadotpeticoat said...

I might call on you for a cup of coffee someday.....

Beth said...

wow, i would love to see it after it is all finished. just gorgeous. love all the colors. so cheerful. (:

vintage grey said...

What a wonderful and special project!! I am sure the quilts will be such a blessing!! Have a beautiful weekend!! xo Heather

Jody@northernliving said...

Have a great weekend yourself!

Michelle said...

What a great project! Have a great weekend!

Lola Nova said...

How wonderful!

Have a fantastic weekend my dear!

Lindsay Jewell said...

That's going to be a beautiful quilt. Such a thoughtful project.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Truly, truly a beautiful quilt!

Thank you for your kind comments. You are such a blessing to me.

I will be having a Mother's Day giveaway this next Friday with glimpses of whats up for grabs all this week. :)

Annmarie Pipa said...

how wonderful she is helping others through their cancer battles. A beautiful example of love and caring for others..

Princess and the Pea said...

Hi Sherri

Glad to see you sounding so much happier and it sounds like things with Kami are really improving - great news. I think it's a lovely idea that you are working on together - I'd like to see if there is anything like that in the UK.

Look forward to seeing you back here soon! xxx