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1 month ago
Gandhi once said that “in a gentle way, you can shake the world.” Our little world, here on the outside of nowhere, has just been gently shaken by the most remarkable act of kindness I can ever remember.
A few weeks ago I posted a photograph of our preschool teacher, Jane Banda, and her pupils taking cover from the winter chill in her sister’s office (swipe left to the end). Lori Ann Graham, a knitter and artist living in California, saw the post and asked if she could help. This huge-hearted request started a conversation among her knitting community and ended with a response that resulted in the miracle illustrated in this post. ✨ Hats, scarves, shawls and cowls, knitted in myriad colours, in myriad countries ... all destined in record time for our little Taonga Farm Preschool, along with a cash donation.
There is so much wrong in the world right now, but it is often countered with extraordinary acts of kindness and love. 💕
TAONGA in Tonga, the native language spoken here, means “WE ARE GRATEFUL”. Lori and your generous, caring knitting community, we are grateful beyond measure. 🙏
Our kids and teachers can’t wait to model your knitwear! #watchthisspace
Masses of love from us all! xo @loritimesfive
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5 years ago
It came with my Mother's Day shoes but quickly became the perfect project bag for my knit hats for newborns! @toms