Five Minute Friday: Red

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 I have a very special red blanket… I call it my Frankie Blankie… My Grandma Frank crocheted it for me…

My Grandma is at my house right now taking care of my children and I since I had my wisdom teeth removed…
My floor has been cleaned… meals have been made… and I have been loved.

Red- My grandma’s love for me… Crocheted into a cozy blanket… pumping through our hearts… passion from a maternal figure… unconditional and sacrificial…
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8 Responses to Five Minute Friday: Red

  1. Oh do cherish it all! They care for us like no other! I was blessed, and I can tell you are. Nice meeting you!

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  2. This is wonderful. What a lovely way to show love – by supporting and helping one another. I adore your blanket. I hope you heal quickly. Enjoy G'ma Frank! Thanks for sharing her with us this week.

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  3. Emma says:

    Lovely, descriptive reflection. So nice to read of someone enjoying the gift offered by another. Prayers for swift recovery.

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  4. Tina says:

    I love this! Thanks for sharing how the little ways we show people love are often the ones that mean the most.
    Tina from mommynificent.com (linked up after you at FMF)

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  5. Diana says:

    Hope you can enjoy your time of rest. And I love the blue and white quilt/bedspread under the red blanket!

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  6. Anita Ojeda says:

    I'm dropping in from FMF–mostly because your 'goat's milk lattes' website caught my attention! My family raised goats when I was a kid (pun intended), and I have fond memories milking wars with my sister (see who can catch a sibling unaware with a stream of goat's milk whilst milking…). Those were the days! I'm glad your grandma is still around to help you out, and I hope you recover quickly from your surgery :).

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  7. Thanks for stopping by Anita… It's always nice to meet someone who has a goat connection…

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  8. It's so true Tina…it really is the little things

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