I Joined Spirit Jump and You Should Too!


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For those who don’t know me personally – one of my charity efforts is to give special crochet hats and items to people going through chemo or other major medical situations, especially to children.

Crochet is very meditative for me and as I create something, I focus the intent of joy and healing into what I make. I also focus intent toward the item being a beautiful experience to wear. It may sound wistful or romantic, but whether I give it away, or I sell my creation, I truly desire my work to be ongoing blessings to others.

Spirit Jump is a simple concept in sending encouragement to others. It’s as simple as a card to say hey – I’m pulling for you as you battle this; to say I send you Caring and Prayers. It doesn’t even require money to participate, only your time.

It’s perfect for my charity efforts, as I get to focus on the creation and am given permission to send someone prayers and encouragement through crochet, my favorite medium. And I dare say that if you are reading my blog, that it’s a perfect outlet for your charity work as well. There are no commitments other than what you set. You are not adopting someone, you are make a one time “reach out” to someone. And no money is really required.

Making a difference in this world one Light at a time.
Will you check it out?

This is the Flier for Spirit Jump!

This is the Flier for Spirit Jump!

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2 responses to “I Joined Spirit Jump and You Should Too!

  1. Love your entry. Energy is passed from one object to another, your crochet projects for cancer patients must be super charged–please keep up the great work. We can make a difference in the lives of others.

    • Thanks SumpinElse! I’m kinda “new age” in how I see things. So it has more meaning to me. Sadly, a stage 4 cancer patient my mother knew recently committed suicide. Can’t help but wonder if Spirit Jump! could have made a difference had I known more about her situation and about this cause in time.

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