We had the privilege of visiting UPMC Mercy Hospital Trauma Burn Unit yesterday with a delivery of pillowcases we’d made. Lydia got to visit with a few of the pediatric patients and let them choose a pillowcase from what we had brought. We got to see what fabrics are most popular with the children.
It’s been a year since Lydia’s friend was a patient there. Lydia’s friend is doing well. Since even visiting a trauma burn unit can be very difficult, it’s good to know there can be healing and recovery.
We’ve contributed a few pillowcases to some other causes we wanted to share with you.
We know a dog named Lolly who is undergoing chemotherapy to battle lymphoma. Lolly is a certified therapy and emotional support dog. These two pillowcases will be in an auction to help with the costs of Lolly’s medical treatments.
Here’s one pillowcase that is going in a basket that will be raffled off to raise money for brain cancer.
Today Lydia and I made a delivery of a few more pillowcases to UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh. Here’s a picture showing a few of the newest pillowcases.
Lydia, Lydia’s friend Mia, and I went to UPMC Mercy this afternoon to deliver pillowcases. The staff there is made up of some of the most caring, compassionate people you could ever meet. God Bless them for the work they do! The girls had both been to the unit previously to visit their classmate who had been a patient at the Trauma and Burn Center this winter. That friend is back to school and doing well. Thank you, God!