Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Kairos Card Count, So Far

Friend "B" has used her time as a volunteer in the church office to put Kairos cards and envelopes together. As of this morning, there are 1,031 cards! Yay!

There will be some more to add to that group before the card-making is done. We may have to rent a U-Haul to get them all there! (just kidding, but they will fill a large box.)

Our minister is delighted with the results of our card-making efforts, and the ladies of the church who assisted feel the effort was well worth-while.

More, later.

14 comments:

jinksy said...

Has the word 'card' turned into a dirty word in your hearing yet?! lol :) You deserve a medal for effort...

Snowbrush said...

Congratulations on all the work you've done!

Snap said...

Exciting news! (Are your fingers numb?)

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Oh, congratulations!!!! A job well-done!! Love to you~Janine XO

Teacher's Pet said...

What a wonderful job you have done! Another pat on the back to you from someone who thinks you are doing a wonderful work for others.
Love,
Jackie

Countrygirl said...

That's so generous! I have a friend in Africa who goes on Karios prison trips - is it the same thing?

Hilary said...

Oh good for you.. what an accomplishment.

Arkansas Patti said...

You all are really banging them out and for such a great cause. Everyone needs to know someeone cares.

TSannie said...

Doesn't that feel good? Accomplishments!

Suldog said...

This is truly wonderful work you folks are doing. God bless you!

NitWit1 said...

What a lovely project to cheer so many.

Patty said...

You do beautiful work. I know, Abe and I both got a lovely birthday card in the mail. Thank you so much. It's a shame you don't live closer, two of our four daughters love to make cards, and they also like scrapbooking. Again, thank you for the Birthday Cards.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow Pat... That's alot of cards!!! I'm proud of you and your group.

You'll have to catch up with all of my blogs while I was on our trip. I'm trying to catch up with blogs now. Don't know if I'll ever get finished. ha

Hugs,
Betsy--who is THRILLED to be home 'finally'

Peter said...

Goodness Pat, do you fancy a job over here putting handles on mugs? I could do with someone with your industriousness!

Seriously though, really lovely work. Helps correct some of the wobbles of this poor old world!