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Christi Parker
Christi Parker
Dear Libby,


I'm so glad to hear you are doing well. We loved seeing Lester at the MyFriends event a few weeks ago and hearing about you from him in person. I hope to come see you soon.


I've been thinking about you a lot this week as I started taking a sewing class this week. Of course, the sewing machines they are teaching us on are Berninas. Having never learned to sew before, I really didn't know anything about them except the relation to you and now I get to use them every week and think of you. It makes me so happy!


AND, when Loulie is out of school for Christmas, she is going to take sewing lessons too--a Christmas present. She has been DYING for some for 2 years now and she is only 7. She already has planned out several dresses she wants to make herself! So fun!


Lots of love to you and Lester!


Christi Neuenschwander Parker
Judy Craig
Judy Craig
I was just working on a BERNINA 830 and remembered when you teased us and said there were two new things on the machine that you loved, but you signed in blood that you would not tell anyone before BERNINA University.  Keep up the hard work, God loves you and so do we.  the gang at BERNINA/ Stretch & Sew Fabrics, Keizer Oregon.
Sharon Dickman
Sharon Dickman
I've visited with Alex Anderson briefly at festival and told her I was surprised to see her. She said her daughter and new grand baby were doing so well she was able to come because she wanted to visit Libby. What a nice friend! The exhibit by Libby's friends was fabulous. I had seen the video but it was great to see each piece in person, close up. I am so pleased each day to read about Libby's progress. Well done!!
Renita Gray
Mike Gray

Dear Libby

We met  your Delightful sister Thursday at the quilt show and signed a notebook that you will be reading soon if not already!

We send lots of love,  hugs and prayers.  My husband, Mike had a stroke May 18, 2013....right after you ......we shared some Doctors with you too,.....Dr. Danenbaum (spelling probably wrong?) and the Woman Dr. at TIRR.   I will not attempt to say her name,  much less spell her name.  So sweet....both of them.  So ......needless to say.....we have shared your journey in many ways.    I jump when I hear your name on U tube ......So I can see something you taught or made or find out more info on what is happening now!   I am proud of you, YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE!  Hang in there......GOD HAS DECIDED YOU ARE NOT FINISHED!!!!  Mike has learned to quilt since the stroke and our Doctors are happy, surprised and think it is great therapy.... I think the ladies in the Guild are the "great therapy" !!!!!! they" mother"  him and "sister" him and push him to do more!  It is fun to watch him in the mix!  He has some down times for sure........and he misses the things he did before.......

I am just sooooo THANKFUL for these days together!!!!

May God encourage and strenthen and BLESS you always.....Dear Beloved.....we travel together.......

w/ love Renita Gray.....Bay City TX

Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the ongoing reports - quips, tidbits, smiles, accomplishments, hopes, humor, treatments ----  and you name its!  Albert Einstein said something like this - either nothing is a miracle or everything is a miracle - I opt for believing that you are a miracle girl.  Wishing you and your troops more daily  miracles. 
Debbie Drew
debbie drew
It always lifts my spirits to read of Libby's latest escapades. I am so grateful that Libby is feeling stronger and happier, and that all of Team Libby gets to enjoy her outgoing personality and beautiful spirit. I will pray that the Botox shots help Libby, and that all her therapies continue to go well. Thank you for keeping us all posted and sharing these happy days. We love you, Libby, and thank God for taking such good care of you!
Christi Parker
Christi Parker
Dear Libby,


I'm so glad to hear you are doing well. We loved seeing Lester at the MyFriends event a few weeks ago and hearing about you from him in person. I hope to come see you soon.


I've been thinking about you a lot this week as I started taking a sewing class this week. Of course, the sewing machines they are teaching us on are Berninas. Having never learned to sew before, I really didn't know anything about them except the relation to you and now I get to use them every week and think of you. It makes me so happy!


AND, when Loulie is out of school for Christmas, she is going to take sewing lessons too--a Christmas present. She has been DYING for some for 2 years now and she is only 7. She already has planned out several dresses she wants to make herself! So fun!


Lots of love to you and Lester!


Christi Neuenschwander Parker
Judy Craig
Judy Craig
I was just working on a BERNINA 830 and remembered when you teased us and said there were two new things on the machine that you loved, but you signed in blood that you would not tell anyone before BERNINA University.  Keep up the hard work, God loves you and so do we.  the gang at BERNINA/ Stretch & Sew Fabrics, Keizer Oregon.
Sharon Dickman
Sharon Dickman
I've visited with Alex Anderson briefly at festival and told her I was surprised to see her. She said her daughter and new grand baby were doing so well she was able to come because she wanted to visit Libby. What a nice friend! The exhibit by Libby's friends was fabulous. I had seen the video but it was great to see each piece in person, close up. I am so pleased each day to read about Libby's progress. Well done!!
Renita Gray
Mike Gray

Dear Libby

We met  your Delightful sister Thursday at the quilt show and signed a notebook that you will be reading soon if not already!

We send lots of love,  hugs and prayers.  My husband, Mike had a stroke May 18, 2013....right after you ......we shared some Doctors with you too,.....Dr. Danenbaum (spelling probably wrong?) and the Woman Dr. at TIRR.   I will not attempt to say her name,  much less spell her name.  So sweet....both of them.  So ......needless to say.....we have shared your journey in many ways.    I jump when I hear your name on U tube ......So I can see something you taught or made or find out more info on what is happening now!   I am proud of you, YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE!  Hang in there......GOD HAS DECIDED YOU ARE NOT FINISHED!!!!  Mike has learned to quilt since the stroke and our Doctors are happy, surprised and think it is great therapy.... I think the ladies in the Guild are the "great therapy" !!!!!! they" mother"  him and "sister" him and push him to do more!  It is fun to watch him in the mix!  He has some down times for sure........and he misses the things he did before.......

I am just sooooo THANKFUL for these days together!!!!

May God encourage and strenthen and BLESS you always.....Dear Beloved.....we travel together.......

w/ love Renita Gray.....Bay City TX

Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the ongoing reports - quips, tidbits, smiles, accomplishments, hopes, humor, treatments ----  and you name its!  Albert Einstein said something like this - either nothing is a miracle or everything is a miracle - I opt for believing that you are a miracle girl.  Wishing you and your troops more daily  miracles. 
Debbie Drew
debbie drew
It always lifts my spirits to read of Libby's latest escapades. I am so grateful that Libby is feeling stronger and happier, and that all of Team Libby gets to enjoy her outgoing personality and beautiful spirit. I will pray that the Botox shots help Libby, and that all her therapies continue to go well. Thank you for keeping us all posted and sharing these happy days. We love you, Libby, and thank God for taking such good care of you!
Christi Parker
Christi Parker
Dear Libby,


I'm so glad to hear you are doing well. We loved seeing Lester at the MyFriends event a few weeks ago and hearing about you from him in person. I hope to come see you soon.


I've been thinking about you a lot this week as I started taking a sewing class this week. Of course, the sewing machines they are teaching us on are Berninas. Having never learned to sew before, I really didn't know anything about them except the relation to you and now I get to use them every week and think of you. It makes me so happy!


AND, when Loulie is out of school for Christmas, she is going to take sewing lessons too--a Christmas present. She has been DYING for some for 2 years now and she is only 7. She already has planned out several dresses she wants to make herself! So fun!


Lots of love to you and Lester!


Christi Neuenschwander Parker
Renita Gray
Mike Gray

Dear Libby

We met  your Delightful sister Thursday at the quilt show and signed a notebook that you will be reading soon if not already!

We send lots of love,  hugs and prayers.  My husband, Mike had a stroke May 18, 2013....right after you ......we shared some Doctors with you too,.....Dr. Danenbaum (spelling probably wrong?) and the Woman Dr. at TIRR.   I will not attempt to say her name,  much less spell her name.  So sweet....both of them.  So ......needless to say.....we have shared your journey in many ways.    I jump when I hear your name on U tube ......So I can see something you taught or made or find out more info on what is happening now!   I am proud of you, YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE!  Hang in there......GOD HAS DECIDED YOU ARE NOT FINISHED!!!!  Mike has learned to quilt since the stroke and our Doctors are happy, surprised and think it is great therapy.... I think the ladies in the Guild are the "great therapy" !!!!!! they" mother"  him and "sister" him and push him to do more!  It is fun to watch him in the mix!  He has some down times for sure........and he misses the things he did before.......

I am just sooooo THANKFUL for these days together!!!!

May God encourage and strenthen and BLESS you always.....Dear Beloved.....we travel together.......

w/ love Renita Gray.....Bay City TX

Debbie Drew
debbie drew
It always lifts my spirits to read of Libby's latest escapades. I am so grateful that Libby is feeling stronger and happier, and that all of Team Libby gets to enjoy her outgoing personality and beautiful spirit. I will pray that the Botox shots help Libby, and that all her therapies continue to go well. Thank you for keeping us all posted and sharing these happy days. We love you, Libby, and thank God for taking such good care of you!
Judy Craig
Judy Craig
I was just working on a BERNINA 830 and remembered when you teased us and said there were two new things on the machine that you loved, but you signed in blood that you would not tell anyone before BERNINA University.  Keep up the hard work, God loves you and so do we.  the gang at BERNINA/ Stretch & Sew Fabrics, Keizer Oregon.
Sharon Dickman
Sharon Dickman
I've visited with Alex Anderson briefly at festival and told her I was surprised to see her. She said her daughter and new grand baby were doing so well she was able to come because she wanted to visit Libby. What a nice friend! The exhibit by Libby's friends was fabulous. I had seen the video but it was great to see each piece in person, close up. I am so pleased each day to read about Libby's progress. Well done!!
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the ongoing reports - quips, tidbits, smiles, accomplishments, hopes, humor, treatments ----  and you name its!  Albert Einstein said something like this - either nothing is a miracle or everything is a miracle - I opt for believing that you are a miracle girl.  Wishing you and your troops more daily  miracles.