Friday, April 29, 2011

An Image of Hope

Origami cranes are often used to signify hope. This origami crane was made by a university student, who created 1000 (and more) of these cranes to raise money for the victims of the earthquake in Japan. All money was donated through the Red Cross to relief efforts.I was so glad that she did this, and I chose one and it is hanging  in the room where I work. I thought it would be a good image as well  to post here for the people who are suffering through spring tornados in the southern States.


sandy said...

What a wonderful idea! I remember hearing about the crane makers.

Mullin Avenue Workshop said...

Thanks for your comment here Sandy.
My heart is hearting for the people in those states right now and all the loss.

Geraldine said...

A lovely idea and something that a lot of people are trying to do, showing support and love from all over the world.

PS: I had the names mixed up, it's Arthur who resembles Lois.

Hugs to all, G

Mullin Avenue Workshop said...

Thanks Ger for dropping in,
The blog "Oldgreymare", has a post today for Project Genesis. Suzan suggests that doing one simple thing can help, and she has some great links. You might enjoy looking here.

(Arthur is sweet isn't he. I'm expecting soon he'll shed his long hair including the mane. He grows this mane and longer hair twice a year, and then sheds twice a year.For a good part of the year he looks like a medium haired cat, and the he grow his fur out and looks quite exotic.)

Thanks again for checking in. Happy Sunday!
B :)

Theresa said...

What an inspiration... doing one small act of kindness can send a tidal wave of love around the world. xoxo

Mullin Avenue Workshop said...

Thanks for dropping in!
I loved what this young woman did from her heart.