Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Also, having a goal or project like the quilts for Napa really helps too. Knowing there are people needing hugs makes me work faster. When I have piles of quilts waiting for homes, I don't work as quickly. It seems there is always a need somewhere so I rarely take a rest. There's always a need at the local hospital and kids in foster care and the Nurse Family Parthership, plus the kids in Safe Families who need to know someone cares about them. Working at the high school I hear about kids all the time whose home situation warrants a hand made hug.
What motivates you to get back to work when you would rather sit on the couch and read about what everyone else is working on?