I did actually have a certain order to this week's blog posts in mind, but that order got upset - which is a good thing and ok. I just got a request from a fabulous lady who does a lot of good in the world of wool and I thought I need to pass along her story. We women know all about being there for each other already, - if you are a woman and can honestly say you have never helped another woman at a crucial time, or have never been helped out by other women in your own life, then I would say I don't believe you!
Last week, help came to me by the name of Kay and Laurie, who felt bad for me that I had hurt my hand, and between the two of them they figure- 8 - tied 200 skeins for me in under two hours. It was an amazing feat and I will never forget that they did this for me. I could get right to dyeing the next day, and not worry about my non-existent fine motor control.
|Laurie Perrin, left, and Kay ten Kraft, right.|
|try and keep up with THAT!|
Taking care of each other makes this world go round, so after you read this blogpost, go donate to Go Red for Women. I don't have a lot of money either. But $25 seems doable.
And right after that, I want you to do at least one thing a day that takes good care of YOU.
Me, I'm going for a walk. The sun is finally out after 3 straight days of rain, and I am going out there to enjoy it.