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Friday, May 25, 2012

Thank You Joan!

My very sweet friend Joan, came to keep me company yesterday.  Joan had taken a couple of Crazy Quilt classes here with me and she was here a 2 weeks ago, a week before I lost Simba.  She emailed me the other day and asked if I would like her to come and keep me company. 

Joan brought lunch and we just sat in my kitchen and stitched, looked at books and magazines and talked.  Joan has been stitching on a beautiful ocean art quilt (wish I had taken pictures) and I started on this little purple seascape crazy quilt piece:

I very much enjoy Joan's company and was a bit sad when it was time for her to leave.  Joan is so enthusiastic about art quilting and embroidery and like me, has an insatiable appetite for craft supplies and learning new techniques.

Joan, I can't even begin to thank you for your kindness and for listening.  I very much look forward to the next time you come to visit me.  Thank you so much and Big Hugs!

4 comments:

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Well, there is one thing that I know. When a friend is there in your time of need, whether it is a material or emotional need, you really know how much they care about you.

Joan helped your healing process, perhaps a gift from Simba.
xx, Carol

Dawn Doucette said...

Awww, Pam what a sweet post. What a wonderful friend Joan is! I can tell you each cherish the other's friendship and that's precious. I love the quilt piece you're working on. Purple and green sing to me!

Sending you strength to get through another day and sunshine to brighten your tomorrow!
{Hugs!}

Saturday Sequins said...

Wow, what a wonderful friend! I'm glad you two got to spent some creative time together. :)

Gina E. said...

Times like this are when you know who your real friends are...My friends sorted themselves out when my hubby was so ill - and there were some surprises, I can tell you. Some I thought would be there, weren't, and others came out of the woodwork unexpectedly to offer their support.

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