Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Why I Make QOV


This video explains perfectly why I have committed to make 12 Quilts of Valor in 2012.

If you would like to read how the quilts impact those who receive them, read this post on Alycia's blog.

13 comments:

  1. Using your talents to serve others is a wonderful thing. Keep up the good work. It's making a difference in the lives of wounded and recovering soldiers.

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    1. What a wonderful project you have taken on. Congrats on 12 in 12 !
      wyogg

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  2. Bravo!! I feel we're all here to make the world better, and those quilts certainly do just that.

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  3. This is more than just a good cause..it is a forever hope.

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  4. I'm so glad that you do this. It gave me the opportunity to help in a very small way. It is important and makes a huge difference. g

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  5. This brought tears to my eyes. The troops will feel so good when they receive your 12 in 4 months! I am proud of the way you make a difference in so many lives.
    Rebel Follower

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  6. What a wonderful thing to do!!

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  7. thanks Nancy - I had no idea about all the OTHER items needed! I've managed to make several - wish I could get more done! those soldiers deserve it! 8-))

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  8. Okay, but I thought you made them because you are
    kind
    generous
    patriotic
    caring and a very cool woman

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  9. Oh Nancy! Thanks for sharing this. It is a great video. Thanks for your service to QOV. I can't wait to get some more time this fall to get more done myself.
    Ann

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  10. You just plain ROCK Nancy!!!

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  11. Thanks for all you do for our troops, Nancy! You are such a blessing to so many through your charity work with Oddballs blankets and QOV! I am hoping to get some blocks pieced for you soon. (Like sometime in May or June.)

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  12. Thanks for sharing this video, and your part in supporting our troops. This is so different from the years the US was in Viet Nam and what the soldiers went through then.

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