Have you heard of Hearts For Jack? If you have not, then please stop by my dear friend Kim’s blog, Daisy Cottage, and read about Hearts For Jack by clicking HERE.
When I first of heard that Jack had lost his wife, Tabatha, my heart just poured out to him. I felt his pain and his loss. To lose someone you love is like taking the biggest wrench and yanking your heart out of your chest – leaving you breathless, motionless and in utter pain and agony. It literally changes you and completely rocks your world. It changes you forever – forever. You are different now. Different, yet having to live on – a different “normal” now, as many describe. We can only hold on to what they were, what they shared, how they brought sheer joy to your life – them, they…they made you whole. We now breathe for them – to share their legacy – to keep them alive in memory, in honor. But the most glorious of all things is to know that we will be with our loved one once again when we enter those wonderful gates of Heaven. Hallelujah! Glory to be to God! Ahhhhh yes! Glory!!!!!
So to honor Tabatha, and to partake in Hearts For Jack, I made this little heart to send to Jack. Because Tabatha loved to visit Daisy Cottage (like so many of us do) – I made it to represent the colors of Daisy Cottage. Happy and joyful color! I added a little black scottie dog – to hopefully bring a smile to Jack’s face. Whenever we have our dogs out in public, it seems that they always bring a smile to people’s faces. They are, after all, so cute and jaunty in their little way.
And in honor of YOU and for ALL of the sweet happy birthday wishes that were given to our little Duhgall Piper on his birthday, I made an extra heart to giveaway. Duhgall would like to thank all of you who left him such sweet birthday wishes (he was smitten with the love shared). If a little black scottie dog could turn red and blush, Duhgall would have. He sat on my settee in my room as I read the comments left for him. I cannot begin to tell you how intent he became – as if he understood all of the love given to him. Thank you, thank you!
So here is how this works…..
If you would like to be entered to win the little heart pillow – or even use as a pin-cushion, just leave a comment on this post.
But wait……………there’s more! If you have left a comment for Duhgall on his birthday, you will be entered to win two times. ***You have to enter a comment though on this post to be entered to win. ****
But wait……………there’s more! If you made a Heart For Jack, then you will be entered to win three times. Now how am I going to keep track of this? Well, simply let me know, by a comment, if you wished Doogie a happy birthday and if you made a heart for Jack. I will pick the winner on Monday, March 22nd. If you are an "annonymous" comment leaver, you will need to leave your email address, too. That way I have a way of contacting you should you win. :-)
Till then, have a lovely, lovely weekend!!
If you don't have a way of leaving a comment, then you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to enter to win.