Brandi Best's Blog – February 2009 Archive (2)

Calling on everyone!

I am working on a project called Tuesday's Hands. It is a canvas filled with cut out hands that have prayers, scripture, get well wishes, anything for kids with pediatric cancer. A group of us did this for my friends daughter who recently passed, only difference is we didn't put the hands on canvas, weFILLED her house walls, a wall at her Celebration of Tuesday's Life, and had hands left over. Now I am calling on all you ladies out there...please help us get Tuesday's Hands out to as many kids… Continue

Added by Brandi Best on February 28, 2009 at 10:56pm — No Comments

Tuesday Fiona Whitt

I am still in shock mode that Tuesday died. I know that God has a reason for her passing, but I don't know yet what it is. This little babe touched so so so many lives. And everyday I am seeing just how many. There are new blog entries, fundraising efforts for the family, and just moral support thrown out there everyday. I think she is on my mind more so today due to the fact that it is Tuesday. I want to figure something out to do yearly to remember Tuesday. Maybe collecting stuffed animals… Continue

Added by Brandi Best on February 10, 2009 at 1:01pm — No Comments

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