http://lacenribbonroses.blogspot.com/. I loved CC, she took me under her wing when I started blogging. I only knew about Sunbonnet Sue because my friend loved this little lady so much. CC was an amazing woman. She is the person who sent me one of her vintage hankies just because. She sent me a beautiful Texas postcard of the birthplace of our former president Dwight D. Eisenhower. That was CC. She was sweet that way. She always encourage me and helped me along. With her gentle push I learned to post those darn buttons and as you can see I am getting good at it! I am going to miss her terribly. I could always send her a quick e mail and she would respond. She took care of me like a sister. I cared for her so much. My only regret is I have a package sitting here that I was going to send her. I found a perfectly hand stitched hankie that was trimmed in pink that I am sure she would have loved along with a duplicate of my pink quilted purse she loved so. I am just sad that she could not see these gifts sitting her for her today. My friend CC taught me that somehow one of these days you will be able to visit every single Pink Saturday participate because that was her way! She shared awards and smiles with all of us. She gave so much of herself and taught us all to love little Sunbonnet Sue! I am grieving right now but I am going to find a tribute to my friend and I am going to call my sweet friend Laura in Parker, Colorado and see if she will help me out. She is one of those crafty, quilty kinda gals. Ironically my sweet friend CC was also a Laura. I am going to miss you more than anyone can know.
"My peace I leave you; My peace I give you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled , nor let it be fearful." John 14:27