Thursday, March 21, 2013

Karen and I drove over to

Hamilton to deliver the pillowcases that Margery and I had made.
There were 53 cases in all.  While we were there they gave us a tour of their fabulous facility.  Completely rebuilt and enlarged to now accommodate more people.  80 families in all can now use the house.
They gave us a tour and it is fantastic, phenomenal, gorgeous, wonderful.  You get the picture.
Isn’t this great?  A jelly fish painted on the ceiling in the children’s playroom.  That light in the middle? That changes colour.  So cool
IMG_5782 Here is the kiddies’ room.  The wee chairs recline and they even have cup holders.
Between the family lounge area and the children’s play area is an aquarium.  Find Nemo if you can!IMG_5788IMG_5787

We got to talking as only I can do and we asked what else can we do.  Knitted slippers would be nice, especially in the winter time when people are wearing boots…….we can do that……..quilts for the toddlers…….Carly was speaking to the right gals…….bibs……we know how to make them too.  IMG_5781
We were so impressed with the facility.  They have a family kitchen so folks can make their own meals.  They have another kitchen where they provide breakfasts to people.
When Karen and I walked out the door our minds were whirling with ideas.

More for you tomorrow on our day trip to Hamilton, Ancaster and Dundas.  


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