My Post Office CARES About ME!

Some time ago, I received this in the mail –

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It’s a newsletter from a quilt guild (in case you can’t tell) Turn it over and I find out how the Post Office really feels…

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Just in case you’re wondering, I haven’t tried to put it together to see if it’s readable (smiling, tongue in cheek)

In other news, Tuesday I shipped 2 quilts for our Macuwita sni project. Rochelle’s quilt (which is so awesome)

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and one of mine that was finished – (that’s a riley behind the quilt) 🙂

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it’s never too late to join in this project. Here is the information Even though it’s nearing 80 degrees today in Joplin, MO – in South Dakota it’s already getting cold. My mom, who lives in Idaho said it was spitting snow yesterday. If you don’t have electricity, or very little income, you’re not going to use your heat until it’s really, really cold. Let’s do what we can to keep these people warm. It’s awful to be cold.

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4 Responses to “My Post Office CARES About ME!”

  1. Penny Says:

    I bet you feel so special that they care!!! I just love your quilt Karen!!! The cogs are turning here and I’m thinking I may have to make one like it with decorative stitches around each little triangle! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Carrie P. Says:

    I got a newsletter pretty torn up one time. Not quite like yours. Now I don’t have to worry since I get mine through email now. The quilts are very pretty. Love the colors.

  3. Judy Says:

    Don’t you wonder how they do that? I got an envelop of thread that looked like someone had run over it, tire tracks and all! I love the quilt that Riley’s holding!

  4. sandi a. Says:

    That piece of mail is funny. I’ve received a couple of pieces like that, too. I’ll have to read more on your quilt project. We have recently finished gathering quilts for Iowa flood victims. Part of them have been delivered and more will go in the next few weeks. There is so much need out there. Someone told a friend that we can’t make a dent in what is needed but they’re wrong. It’s that we do make a dent which is better than doing nothing at all!!

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