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And the Storm Goes on into the Sleepless nights


Yesterday I figured out what I can do. After reading list of what items were needed, bedding was listed. The Red Cross has shelters set up, I saw a picture of the inside of one and the cots looked so sterile. They had a little bag, that I assume was maybe a sheet, pillow and blanket. These people need more than that, they need a hug at night.

I will be adding a tab to my website which will give the following information:

I am beyond thankful for the quilting community who respond with love and compassion during catastrophes. I have never been one to ask for help. I do feel this time it is appropriate. Our entire area is devastated. I can't think of one person who has not been affected or knows someone who has had either damage or destruction to their home.


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