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Dementia charity pattern: Archie the Scarecrow

Dolls and soft toys are often used in dementia care units to comfort residents and help them feel safe and at home but one charity, … 168 more words

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Pirate Quilt Top

When the Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild selected the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky (CHNK) as one of our charities this year, the gears in my mind started turning. 329 more words

Quilting

Huge Success: Charity Sale at Sekolah Sungai Tali

On the 30th of May 2015, CharityBN Group of six volunteers organized a Charity Sale at Sekolah Sungai Tali in Lumut, Belait District as part of the school’s Community Outreach Program event. 165 more words

Belait

Meet Lael M - TFF Travel Fan Team Member (Arizona)

Lael has been so loving and kind over the years in her fan following of Tears for Fears. This year she is contributing to the… 375 more words

Welcome To The Tears For Fears Fan Travel Blog

Primary Circles Charity Quilt

It’s been a while since I donated a quilt to a charity, so I recently made finishing up this one a priority. I started it back in July of last year after I picked up the circle fabric at the… 404 more words

Quilting

Synchronicity

At the begin of the year one of my friends challenged me to perform six random acts of kindness during 2015. I agreed, but have to confess much of what I’ve seen sited as random acts of kindness doesn’t feel very random to me.  335 more words

Challenges

Authors for Nepal

Last summer my daughter went to teach in a school in Kathmandu. I freaked out over Japanese encephalitis, rabies, malaria, food poisoning, loneliness, smog – I  worried about everything. 355 more words

Lifestyle

Bekki Hill reblogged this on The Creativity Cauldron and commented:

I was planning on abandoning Wordless Wednesday this week and blogging about Authors for Nepal. However, when I found Kathryn Evans post it was so heart felt, I decided to remain wordless and reblog it to let her tell you about Authors for Nepal in a more eloquent way than I ever would. Please read and help even, as Kathryn says, if only by reblogging her post.