Please, please take the time to read this story. There are some absolutely wonderful, generous people here on earth.
Last week I spoke at the Camarillo Quilt Association in Southern California – a friendly and welcoming guild of ladies and gents. I love, love, love working with quilters – they are the sweetest people!
Before we got started Gayle Moyer, one of their members, showed me a group of quilts that she made from one of my patterns:
And here’s the story behind the quilts, in Gayle’s words:
“My son is currently active duty in the Navy. He is the rescue swimmer/door gunner on a helicopter. This summer, while the squadron was deployed into the Red Sea, he was on a detachment on the USNS Rainier. This detachment consisted of 2 helicopters, 4 pilots and 5 air crew (of which my son was one of). A rogue wave hit the helicopter while chained on the deck of another ship. This wave ripped the helicopter from the deck of the ship…
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