He told me they would be given to vets in wheelchairs.
I agreed, and got them done before I left.
He gave one a few weeks ago to a VietNam vet who is not in a wheelchair.
I know cause we had dinner with he and his wife this weekend.
Judging from thier comments, I don't think they liked the quilt.
When I mentioned it was actually designed for a wheelchair bound user, Murray said, "So, make him another quilt, then."
I tried not to react, and ordered another beverage.
I'm not the best at hiding my feelings.
I guess Phil really doesn't get how much of myself I put into these quilts.
John, the vet, is taking chemo soon, so I guess he can use it then.
He just gave this one to Bernie yesterday.
This old guy looks pretty cute.
And he does have it on his lap.
I'm taking this as a success and not asking another question about it.
This way, I can believe one of them will fulfill it's intended use and has a shot at being loved.
Sometimes your quilts are appreciated, sometimes not so much.
The trick is not letting it hurt your feelings.
Some tricks are harder to learn than others.
Enjoy your day!