From Shakespeare's Macbeth, 1605:
"Yet doe I feare thy Nature, It is too full
o' th' Milke of humane kindnesse."
As some of you have already learned, my beloved sister-in-law, Karol Harris, lost her battle with breast cancer last week. You may recall our special "Think Pink" Pals Paper Arts theme last October–a tribute to both Karol's fight and so many who have been affected by this disease.
It's been a sad week, but seeing family and friends when we returned to Madison for the funeral was very healing. Karol was the epitome of the "milk of human kindness" . . . evidenced by the enormous turnout of family, friends and co-workers at her funeral service. Her intelligence, wit and generosity are a model for all and will be greatly missed.
Karol's daughter (my niece, Kris Kilcoyne, Kween Bee Kreations) and I have received an outpouring of condolences and kindness from fellow stampers. I'm so very grateful. I wanted to share the beautiful handmade cards I have received. It's times like this that we can all see how powerful our passion for stamping and paper crafting can be.
By: Regina "The Stampin' Bean" Mangum
By: Melissa "Stampin' Fabulous" Young
From the Southwest Stampers demonstrator group
By: Sandy Grupka
By: Kim "Stamp, Scrap and Get Kreative" Lampone
By: Donna Appelquist
By: Kadie Labadie