Monday, May 24, 2010

Raffle for Denise Kennison...win My Mind's Eye Collections!!!


On Sunday, May 2, 2010, Denise Kennison, a loving wife, mother of two sons (ages 13 and 8) and a fellow scrapbooker and card maker, had a massive stoke. On May 3, the doctors had to remove part of Denise's skull in order to lessen the amount of pressure and brain swelling. She has made great progress since then...she is out of ICU, and has been moved to the Rehabilitation Hospital. Although, she is still not able to move her left side, she did ask for her friend Nicole to bring her Scrapbook Magazines. Scrapbookers are fighters and Denise is determined to get back to her family and her hobby! You go girl! We are all behind you and praying for your recovery!


Help us help the Kennison family purchasing raffle tickets to win the two new complete My Mind's Eye Collections.To win the collections, purchase raffle tickets for $2.00 a piece or 7 tickets for $10.00. All proceeds go to benefit Denise and her family with their medical expenses! The drawing will be held on Tuesday, June 8!


The new collections from My Mind's Eye contain over $200 worth of worth goodies. So Sophie and Meadowlark are stunning collections, high quality beautiful papers and the embellishments are amazing. All the paper and embellishments will be given away in a cool purple tote...Denise's favorite color. Please help us help Denise and her family. It is going to be a long road to recovery and knowing that the community of scrapbookers and crafters are here to help will be a huge boost for her spirits and help her on the long journey ahead!

3 comments:

Henry George, Hank for short. said...

Best wishes for a full recovery for Denise!
I love it that you step up and do fundraisers and card collections for great people.
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

She is in my prayers, thanks for doing a fund raiser for
Denise, I'll try and get down there Tue and get some raffle tickets.

Anonymous said...

Thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery Denise. Cathy thanks for always being there for your fellow scrappers.