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"From every scrap you make a blanket."
-Rose Chernin, in Kim Chernin, "In My Mother's House" (1983)

When life gives you lemons... you know the rest. The sweet lemonade quenches our thirst. We can turn around a situation to benefit us. When life gives us scraps, we can make a blanket! That is so beautiful... a blanket represents warmth, security, comfort. We can literally make something real, something substantial and useful from what might be perceived as "nothing." Look around, what scraps can we turn into blankets today?
-Lissa Coffey

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