I've posted before about my love of quilts. It's hard to decide what a favorite pattern would be. In the 80s I was team-teaching second grade. My team mate, Peggy, was diagnosed with cancer. She fought a hard battle but she passed away after several years of battle. She was in and out of the hospital many times during those years. She had substitute after substitute. If you've been a team-teacher before, you know it's hard to team-teach in that situation. While Peggy was receiving chemo one time she made this counted-crosstitch for me while she sat for hours taking her chemo. When she gave it to me all framed she told me how much she appreciated my "hanging in there" with her. Peggy did expert work in every craft she did. She knitted me several things and was constantly making something for someone. This piece of needlework has always been on a wall in my home since then and it will always be there to remind me of my good friend and team-partner, Peggy.
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