Coummunity Quilt for Thom Hartmann Member... Stumpy

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Longtime Thom Hartmann member stumpy has been in a nursing home for nearly the past year recovering from a stroke last January. Stumpy has M.S. and this complicated and affected his life dramatically. Stumpy has been working hard to recover but still has difficulty speaking and has lost the use of one arm as well.

The dailykos quilting community are currently creating a Community Quilt for my friend. There is a diary there specifically for that purpose. In the diary you can leave a post with messages of cheer and support. These messages will be permanently included on the squares of the quilt. Stumpy is also a member of a World of Warcraft Guild and they are also leaving messages for him there. I know that stumpy listens to Thom's show every single day and he would be very very happy to have a couple of messages from his friends here on the Thom Hartmann website as well.

If you have an account at dailykos and a spare minute or two would you mind going and leaving a brief message of support for him there. I know he would be real happy about it! Thank you in advance

webgenie

The link is:

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/10/7/908376/-Community-Quilt-for-stumpy

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Thanks, webgenie.

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