17 February, 2010

Wilma Ran

"Wilma ran. No one can catch her. Wilma Rudolph won."

I spent the afternoon in a kindergarten classroom this past week. The students have each illustrated prepared fabric squares that combine to tell the life story of Wilma Rudolph. I assisted them in "framing" out their blocks with strips of fabric and brought them home to set it all together and quilt it. I presented it to their teacher, my dear daughter-in-law, last evening. She was thrilled! It will hang outside their classroom, she told me that all of my new little friends will be excited beyond belief to see the finished product. They couldn't be any happier than I was to help them with their fantastic project!

Life is Good!




8 comments:

leigh anna said...

I am a lucky lady, and my little friends are super lucky too.
I can't wait to show them their quilt on Monday morning.
They are going to be as happy as Wilma was when she won the golden medals and when he got on his knee! :)

Thank you so much!!!!

*karendianne. said...

Aww, this is so neat. I love how you take the time to give back like this. It is so YOU!

Rhonda said...

What a great project. It's amazing what kids can do when given the chance!!!

quiltkeemosabe said...

It is wonderful! You have been really busy since Tuesday. Great job!!!!

julieQ said...

What a wonderful project!! Love your finished project...those kiddos will remember that forever.

Meggie said...

What a wonderful quilt. Children are so proud of their artworks.

Kindergarten Kids said...

Mrs. Debbie,
Thank you! Thank you for our quilt.
Our wonderful quilt. It is so beautiful! We like to like it. We like that you helped us. Mrs. Farrington really enjoyed you being here. We like that you helped us. That made us happy. Thank you! Thank you for saying Happy birthday to James. Thank you for saying Hi on our blog. Please come back and visit us again. We like for you to help us.
We want to make another quilt. Well, Randy G. doesn't, but we do!

We love you!
We will pray for you!
We miss you!
Randy A, Ja'Mario, James, Luis, Melanie, Tyrone, Iker, Randy G., Brian, Jovany, David, Briana, Na'Zosheona, Sara, Keyli, Daylin, Jatameyah, Cornella, Shamara, Mrs. Farrington and Mrs. Voigt

phyzz said...

Mrs. G, You're an awesome lady! And true to "form", your neat new quilt will make wonderful memories for these precious lives AND their remarkable taecher!