Thursday, February 20, 2014

Faith-Love-Hope

Here is a quilt I made my dad 7 years ago when he was recovering from a fall on the ice. I made sure to bring it from his house so when I'm not there with him he knows part of me is there. 
I saw this beautiful sunset last night and couldn't let it pass without a photo. 

Thank you for all your prayers and encouraging words.
Love to you all.

28 comments:

  1. That's a great quilt! I love the words in the border. I hope your visit went well. A gorgeous sunset!

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  2. Dad will feel safe and loved under his quilt!

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  3. Been praying for you and Dad. Hope it was a good visit.
    Great idea with the quilt!

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  4. Beautiful quilt for a beloved father! I wish you and him all the best. Kind regards. Christine.

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  5. I always liked that quilt design and am a sucker for a great sunset too!!

    Stay safe!!

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  6. Hope your dad improves and you can enjoy your visit. I'm sure it will be a comfort to him having something from home. Especially something that you made.

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  7. I love that quilt, really nice for something he can use and the words of inspiration on the border.
    I hope it helps to comfort him and prayers for a quick recovery.

    Debbie

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  8. Faith, hope, and love - precious, precious covering for your dad!!

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  9. precisa colcha !!!!
    y que bien se sentirá tu padre cuando se arrope con ella
    y con tanto cariño que la das
    besinos a los dos

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  10. Beautiful quilt! Bless your dad and your family! Hope your dad is feeling better.

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  11. What a great quilt. Sending hugs your way!

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  12. What a beautiful quilt Lori........hope your Dad is doing better.....

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  13. Love your sweet heart, Lori...so glad you are there for your Dad, in one form or another, always loving! Gorgeous quilt!

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  14. How lovely!
    sending you a hug
    (())

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  15. Great way to always be there with him. Hugs

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  16. Lori, What a beautiful, comforting quilt for your Dad. Blessings & a (hug).

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  17. There is nothing like a quilt we have made ourself to hug them for us while we are away.
    Bless you and him.
    Chantal

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  18. A beautiful quilt Lori, and I'm sure it's a comfort to your Dad. And I agree... that sunset was spectacular... worth a thousand pictures!

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  19. Lori, I love your dad's quilt and I'm sure it means so much more to him, because it's from your heart.
    There's something magic about the rising and setting sun.. breathtaking! hugs, Marian x

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  20. I'm praying for you and your Dad, and am so glad you can go see him. It's a beautiful quilt you made for him, I'm sure he appreciates it.

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  21. I will keep and your father in my prayers. Nothing like a quilt Hug when you need it. {{{HUGS}}}

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  22. i'm so sorry to hear that your dad is not doing well Lori. i'm sure that this quilt brings him a sense of peace and comfort.

    take care.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  23. Sending you love and prayers, Lori. Thinking of you a whole bunch. *kd.

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  24. Keeping your Dad and you in my thoughts. Take care.

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  25. I'm sorry to read of the news about your father, my thoughts are with you and him. The quilt you made him is lovely and I'm sure will comfort him xxx

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  26. Wishing you and your Dad the best during this difficult time.

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  27. You and your dad are in my thoughts. The quilt you made him is precious... Very special. Take care.

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  28. It is a wonderful comforting quilts with beautiful words. I hope you are all doing well... keep tight!

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