Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A little heart came from Japan:)

We had another big support from Japan for our charity project. My quilter friend, dear Hideko sent us two boxes of blankets. I also would like to thank Hideko for preparing a lovely heart for me, she wishes happiness and luck for me and my country with a small clover charm, special thanks to dear friend for a special gift, I'll always keep it with a great happiness as a treasury.
Hideko's blankets are so lovely as the others I reveived, these are silky soft blankets, perfect selection for the babies soft skins.
This photo shows wonderful blankets that came from Japan. Earthquake survivor young mothers will love these blankets to wrap their little angels in that bitter cold climate. It is snowing there now, temperature always below(-) degrees.
All these disasters are real tragedies for us but great friendships always helps to get hands together, one word, one small gifts means a lot, indeed!
I hope we never have earthquake, flood, drought at any place of the world on next year...
Thank you dear Hideko, I know you're always there, dear friend, your friendship means a lot to me, you know it.

5 comments:

MosaicMagpie said...

Gifts from the heart are always the best.
Deb

Marilyn said...

I remember blogging with you a couple of years ago. I got off my blog for awhile & missed it so much I came back!! Good to reconnect with you. I always loved your needlework. It is exquisite!!
Have a Wonderful New Year!
Marilyn

Hideko Ishida 石田英子 said...

I am glad you've finally got them!!! Hideko

Rengin Yazitas said...

Exactly right, gifts from the hearts are always the best!!!

Rengin Yazitas said...

Marilyn, what a nice to see you back:))
I hope 2012 is going to be a fruitful year for all of us, hope we share lovely things...
Happy New Year!