What can one do with hundreds of hours? If one would ask Lori Pummill of Lebanon, Ohio, that question, she would humbly reply, "make afghans for orphans."
After we arrived home last June from Krygyzstan, I had the privlege of meeting Lori. She contacted me with one question in mind. "Is there something I can do for the work in Krygzstan? I make afghans." Immediately I thought of our Dayspring Foster Family Resource Center, the new foster family home to be opened in a few months.http://www.dayspringfamilycenter.blogspot.com/
Lori came to me with a history of giving as she crocheted afghans for the local crisis pregnancy center. Leaving them well supplied, she looked for another pathway to give and heard of our work overseas. On Saturday, Lori stopped by our home to leave the incredible gift of afghans for the children of Dayspring. I asked her then how many hours did she think she had in making these gifts for Dayspring? "Hundreds, probably,"she quietly responded. She also told me five more will be making their way to an orphanage in India in the next two weeks.
Little did Lori realize that her openness and caring would touch the lives of children around the world. Thank you, Lori! We can't wait for you to see the pictures of the children who will be warmed and loved by your generosity.