NO. 029 – 034

November 21st, 2010 — 1:30pm

Made from the rest of the wrapping paper from the gift given to me on 11/11 from Soung, these paper cranes are now a gift of hope to six new people.

29 - 34

No. 029 Ruth Viens – Cumberland, RI
“This is a beautiful thing you are doing and it brought tears to my eyes. I miss your mom and think of her every now and then and would like a crane to have in her memory. Grandpa and I are very proud of you and we remember her in our hearts. You may send us some hope in our old age thank you. -Love Grandma & Grandpa”
Grandma & Grandpa

No. 030 Sharon Desper – Woonsocket, RI
I can’t even describe how beautiful this is. I want to learn how to make a paper crane as well, if you are willing to teach me one day.I think about your mom at least once a day every day….she is so beautiful and will always leave happy memories in my heart! Please send me a crane so I can have another beautiful memory to look upon each day!”
Sharon Desper

No. 031 Erin McCue – New York, NY
“My mother is in remission from thyroid cancer, my grandmother is in remission from breast cancer, and my grandfather from prostate cancer. I love your message of hope and will definitely pass this along.”

No. 032 Michelle Chang – New York, NY
“I wanted to bring the crane home to keep my mom company in California…”

No. 033 & 034 Kyle LaMar & Amber Chandler – Brooklyn, NY
“Thanks Kaleena. These guys sit by the door to our apartment.”
Kyle & Amber

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