What a wonderful way to help even in a minimal way.Like Meeks I have none of the skills required to knit or crochet but I can add my voice to her clarion call. C’mon peeps, this could be a great virtual hug for the innocent, and they’ll feel it.
I can’t knit to save my life, but I can spread the word of this glorious, grassroots inspired charity. And so can you.
Just for the record, I met Sandy McDonald – the ‘niece in Australia’ – last Wednesday at a Volunteers Day orientation at the Diamond Valley Living and Learning Centre. [DVLC is one of the places at which I do volunteer work].
Sandy was recently asked to deliver a TEDs presentation on her work, and talked to us about Knit-A-Square as well. Her presentation left me feeling almost uplifted; we can work together, we can make a difference, we can be loving as well as hateful.
But what could I do? I can’t knit, or crochet. I’m too far away to help sew or distribute. I don’t have the money to donate anything worthwhile. 😦
And then it hit me – I might not be able to do…
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