Last year, when my friend Sheryll realized that her beloved grandmother would not be on this earth much longer, she had mini-memory quilts made for her immediate family members. Each square holds very special meaning since they were made from clothing that belonged to her grandmother.
I visited Sheryll yesterday. This large bougainvillea was gifted to her by a friend and will be planted in memory of her grandmother.
A Frayed Hearts quilt was made by a lovely lady in the States and donated to Operation Hope, the organization Sheryll founded that provides humanitarian relief to low wage laborers in the country.
It was raffled off at the Mother's Day breakfast held this past Saturday which I didn't attend since the weather was so dusty and awful. Thankfully, our weather has been better the past several days.
Both these kitties were outside Sheryll's house enjoying the weather.
And you won't believe what I saw on the way home.
Seven sheep on the run. Now you don't see that every day!
I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday wherever you are in the world. Best wishes and blessings, Tammy