Yesterday I had the pleasure of visiting HMAS Sirius to deliver enough laundry bags for the whole crew. I will tell you more about this in coming days when I get time to wrote up a post. As usual though, I was greeted with lots of smiles and everyone who had received either a quilt or a laundry bag or both was delighted to tell me they had one and how much they love it. I never get tired seeing smiles on faces of happy recipients.
Here are a few more thank you messages to enjoy!
Hello to the ladies of Phatt Quarters,
Thank you for making the Poppy quilt for me and sending the other little gifts that were in the care package. I was very humbled to receive the quilt.
The support that you and the other ladies from Aussie Hero Quilts provide the members of the ADF in making the quilts and laundry bags is truly amazing.
The detail and effort that you put into your work is phenomenal and greatly appreciated by all who receive them.
I am the OIC of the ANZAC Hospital ward and we have a good supply of Aussie Hero Quilts that take pride and place on our ward beds. When we have VIP visits I make a point of showing them the quilts.
Our guests are amazed at the quality and craftsmanship of these beautiful quilts and they appreciate your hard work and effort that goes into making such beautiful gifts.
Once again thank you very much. Stay Safe and best wishes to all.
I received the quilt you made from me this week. OMG, it is absolutely beautiful! Thank you so much, you’ve done an amazing job with so little information to work off. I’m so very lucky and very proud to serve.
Afternoon Anne H,
I am just responding to your lovely letter and would like to thank you for the fantastic NQLD Cowboys Laundry Bag that you made me. I would just like to say that your efforts are very much appreciated and that your work through AHQLBs does make a big difference to our deployed personnel. A little bit about me - I am 25 and have been in the Army eight years this year, this is my first operational deployment and I am very blessed to have to opportunity to serve overseas. I am in the Royal Australian Corps of Transport, which is responsible for the movement of army cargo and vehicles on land, air and sea.
I would like to once again thank you for your fantastic laundry bag, please see attached a photo to prove that your work made it to me. Hahaha.