From my lovely, caring wife, Jacky:
"Today I was at our county hospital. I was sitting outside waiting to make an appointment for Michael. I ended up sitting with a couple of patients I had seen yesterday. Derek a young aids victim who will most likely never leave the hospital and James who is homeless and is undergoing his second round of chemo for stomach cancer. While spending this short time with them I was reminded what a random act of kindness can do for people. The simple acknowledgment that they were human the moment I gave them each a hug and looked them in the eyes with love. Well what I am looking to do is to collect afghans for sick patients. Anyone who has an afghan, finds an afghan or is willing to make an afghan. I am currently communicating with the hospital about visiting for adults and children and would love to bring them some comfort. If this is something you are interested in, please let me know. Thank you all. Inspired by Kevin Hoyt, founder of It Ain't Chemo!"