Mimi Sue's Cottage

A home is much more than a house built of lumber, brick, or stone. A home is made of love, sacrifice, and respect. We are responsible for the homes we build. We must build wisely, for eternity is not a short voyage. There will be calm and wind, sunlight and shadows, joy and sorrow. But if we really try, our home can be a bit of heaven here on earth. Thomas S Monson







Monday, March 8, 2010

A Heart for Jack

Have you been over to Daisy Cottage lately? (Doesn't everyone go over daily?) Kim posted a touching post a while back about one of her readers, Tabatha, who passed away not long ago. Her husband, Jack, wrote a sweet note to Kim telling her that his wife would visit Daisy Cottage and feel uplifted and forget about her illness for a little while. Go read about it here. Kim asked her fellow bloggers to make a little fabric heart to send to Jack to let him know we're thinking about him, that we care, and to honor Tabatha and her life here on this earth. Read about that here.
So I made and sent a little heart for Jack.

Looks like they're piling up at Daisy Cottage. Take a look here. Have you made one too?

Edited: For some reason the links are broken, just go to Daisy Cottage on the sidebar, click on it, then the first post about Tabatha and Jack are January 30, 2010. There are several other posts so if you want to you can just find them on her blog. I've been trying to fix this for about an hour and I really need to get down in the basement and finish painting!!

14 comments:

Anne Fannie said...

I tried clicking but I couldn't go see!
But your sweet little heart is just adorable!
~Ann

Julie Harward said...

What a nice thing to do for some one else! I love your heart...both of them! :D

Cindy Geilmann said...

That is the sweetest little pillow and the sweetest story and the sweetest Mimi. Would you please be my friend?!

Hugs and Kisses
cindy@stitches

Jeni said...

What a sweet and touching story. Love your heart pillow.

So nice seeing you the other day. Wishing you a wonderful week!

Mercy Otis/The Stone House said...

Hi Sue.
What a fun blog Daisy Cottage is! And no, I had never been. BUT I will go back!
I love your heart.....and I would have to agree with julie....both of them!
Just knowing you're there, and if I need to I can call you up.... has been a HUGE comfort to me. Thanks again for your kindness. Reading YOUR posts makes me smile! :-D
Enjoy your day
Mercy

joy said...

Hello Sue,
Just a reminder for tomorrow night at 6. Please bring a sharp pair of sewing scissors. $10.00 not 20
Joy

Ginger said...

I haven't visited Daisy Cottage before, but I am on the way.
What a darling heart you made!!
Are you getting much snow today?
Here in Cedar City we are getting slammed with it, all day long. I am really tired of this cold stuff.

Beth at Aunties said...

I loved this idea and visiting her gave me an idea for my sweet friend who is losing her sweetheart.
The basket of hearts is enough to wrap any one in love. Your heart turned out beautiful and I am sure Jack's own heart will be warmed by all the love! ~♥

mimi said...

Oh what a very sweet heart. I am sure Jack will be touch by everyone's kindness. How very thoughtful :)
xoxo
Mimi~

Nana said...

How sweet. I have never visited that site. I will go take a look.

joy said...

Hi Sue,
It was fun seeing you tonight! Someone paid me too much money, I think it was you or Janis. It figured to be $10 instead of 20. Please let me know. I tried calling but I had the wrong #.
Thanks, Joy

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Your heart turned out beautiful, Mimi-Sue. What a wonderful idea. I'll have to go check it out.
And the quote, below, is one of my very favorites and has been for awhile now. : )
Mary Lou

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

HI Mimi,
beautiful pillow you have made,I do visit Daisey Cottage and have read about Jack. Thank you for sharing.
Blessings,
Sue

Sue said...

I went over to Daisy Cottage...what a wonderful idea to send Jack the hearts...I'm sure he will be truly touched.....Sue