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Old 10-04-2007, 07:08 PM   #1
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Well had a busy day Had lunch and went to LYS with melissa( stirsmommy ,what a great lady) had a nice time. And still manage to get ALL the buttons on my burial gowns. And heres my finished baby sweater.
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Old 10-04-2007, 07:17 PM   #2
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aww, that's nice. I am also making a baby sweater (i thought it would be done by today... nope)
Burial gown... is that what i think it is? If so then i am sad.
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Those are for burial? For whom, if I may ask? Do you donate them?
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I donate them to the local hospital for preemie babies because when a SMALL baby passes away people don't usually have anything to bury them in.
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Those are so sweet!
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Awww they all look great!

Mrs. Davis, a bunch of us recently made a lot burial buntings for a KAL. They were donated to a hospital that had asked for them.
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Good grief how did you manage all that. I can tell from the picture that isn't the sweater I saw today is it?? I thought I was doing good because I got most of the toe and instep done on that clog before dinner. And I didn't have an hour's drive to get home. I am completely amazed at what all you do.
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