As we all know, water is vital to life on this planet and to have a source of clean water is crucial.
So here’s the deal: there have not been many entries for the Blood:Water Mission / Living Waters Quilt give-away.
(also, I was busy at my sister’s yesterday and didn’t get home ’til nearly midnight. I confess I completely forgot it was Wednesday and that I hadn’t posted a Word)
So here we are: the Word is “Water” and if you would like a second chance to get your name in the draw for Pam Stahl’s incredibly gorgeous, handstitched and hand-quilted HUGE quilt, you need to do two things:
In the comment section, enter the name of a poem about water by one of your favourite poets; then leave your donorname. The rules are in my previous post in the categories “For a Good Cause” and “give-away”, if you want to review them. If you haven’t entered there, it’s not too late!
In short: I will draw, or cause to have drawn, five names on Monday, 25 March, from the comments on my first post about the draw.
ALSO I will draw one name from the comments on this post. Those six donornames will be given to Pam to enter in the draw and I will PayPal $60 in US funds to her to forward to the Blood:Water Mission. If your name is drawn, Pam will ship the quilt to you (and has offered to pay the shipping costs). Good Luck!!
In case you are interested, one of my favourite poets is Gerard Manley Hopkins and my favourite ‘water’ poem by him is
You may read it here:
Any questions, let me know. And thanks for all your support for this cause.