Spreading Rays of Hope…a hat at a time

Our new friends, Amanda and Elecia in Cheyenne, Wyoming sent us 10 hats for babies in the NICU and 16 hats for pediatric cancer warriors.

Hats by Amanda

These hats are cute, some are glittery and some are soft, so many different stitches, some are even crocheted!  We love the colors and creativity on the stitches.
Amanda and Elecia included a note that said:

Thank you for giving myself and my mom the opportunity to contribute to such a great cause!

I will be sending a prayer to each and every person you have helped. :)

Thank you Amanda and Elecia for your contributions, support and prayers!  We know that many will be touched by your hats.

Thank you for  spreading hope and love- making a difference in our world!

Hope Rays:

This resonated with me as this month- I blinked and my lovely daughter is now licensed and rolling to places independently and my wonderful son is now a preteen actually in double digits for years.

Both are growing into wonderful, kind and funny, beautiful young adults – but ahhh where did the time go?

Did I really live in each moment and truly, absolutely treasure the moments? Or did I rush to clean the house or mop the floor and do all 100 things that had to be done?

Be present

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:

stages of growth - humansI BLINKED . . .

I blinked. . .

When I opened my eyes I was responsible for four precious human beings.

As they sit, all in a row, they look like an image of a life cycle you would find in a magazine; infant, baby, toddler and pre-schooler. One charming little boy followed by the three beautiful, graceful little girls adorned in pink with large bows atop of their silky hair. During this time I was on my feet all hours of the night and desperately trying to keep up throughout the day.

I grew weary, filled with exhaustion, until my eyes felt so heavy, I blinked . . .

When I opened my eyes the eldest two children were standing tall, with their sacks slung on their backs, waving their small hands bye bye as they lift their foot on the step of the long, yellow painted bus…

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Nothing Changes

True love doesn’t mean being inseparable;

separated and nothing changes

it means being separated and nothing changes…

Love is a gift


There is a voice that doesn’t use words.






Love is Patient

7 Baby Hats

I love surprises!  My sister sent these 7 hats for babies in the NICU to spread hope!

7 nicu hats
I am so grateful for this donation and know that these hats will go a long way in spreading hope to those caring for their lil’ one in the NICU.  We will include these in our next shipment.

Thank you!

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