I would not quilt if I was blind. It's just as much about the fabric and SEEING what I create than the process. I don't think it would be as satisfying not being able to see it :(
I don't know what I would do! I'd like to think I'd keep trying, but knowing my tendency to throw pretty elaborate pity parties for myself, I really couldn't say. But what a blessing to see an obviously joyful woman adapt and thrive!! Seeing people praising God through a storm is humbling.
That was an amazing story. I love how she asked God where her talent was, he answered that it was in her hands, and then she was given the opportunity to learn how to quilt. God is sovereign, knowing so much more than we do, and just wanting us to come to him to ask.
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