Saturday, February 16, 2013

Hats on my Head

26 Acts of Kindness 

This week began with a blizzard, or was it last week ended with a blizzard?  However you look at it, there's a great deal of snow in CT and it has totally messed with my mental calendar.  So, what day is it??  It's today.  A gorgeous, creative, colorful, beautiful day.  A day to honor a teacher from Sandy Hook Elementary School.   In memory of Rachel D'Avino I knitted a funky, crazy, happy hat for a Special Education instructor in Connecticut.

Oh but the knitting didn't stop.  I knitted all week, that's what we do in a blizzard in New England.  Well, we bake too!  Anyway, you may or may not know that the Blizzard of 2013 had a couple of names.  The National Weather Channel named the storm Nemo and WFSB the local CBS affiliate named the storm Charlotte.

The name, Charlotte Bacon, is at the top of my 26 Acts of Kindness list.  I had not decided on a action to make in her memory until they named the storm.  A one of a kind wholloping storm in Connecticut should have the name Charlotte?  I guess so.  A name we will remember.

In memory of a lovely 6 yr. old student who loved dresses and school  - I knitted hats for a pair of little girls, sisters.  The older loves dressing up, and the younger is just 3 months old.

I'll put them in the mail on Monday.  

Act of Kindness # 16
In honor of Rachel D'Avino, Teacher
Sandy Hook Elementary School

Act of Kindness #17
In honor of Charlotte Bacon, Student
Sandy Hook Elementary School

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