Sunday, April 18, 2010

Knitting Miracles

Caps made with LionBrand Cotton Ease

This weekend, we traveled around the area and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Along the way, I managed to crochet a few chemo caps.  It has been a difficult week for us.  A very good friend and mentor has become very ill and is struggling every day with his health.  The last time I spoke with him, he sounded very weak and fearful.  I'm unable to really help him, but I can think good thoughts or say a little prayer when I knit or crochet each stitch against sickness, fear, and depression. 

I know many of you will use your knitting and crochet to help others when you can.  Your loving stitches and thoughts become a beacon of light to someone in need.  I like to think that we can make a huge difference by doing the little things for someone.  If there is great distance between us, I believe there is still a chance for small miracles with our thoughts, prayers and meditations.

This blog is dedicated to John and his family.  Please find a little time to knit or crochet in their memory this week.  If you have anyone you would like us to do the same for, please leave a comment and it will be done.

Give it a try for your loved ones, and I know you'll see big miracles in surprising places.

Marg (thankful for life, friends, and love)

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