Richard’s Thank You Bag

Written by Tad. Posted in Trauma Strap Bags

I have told you about RAFT, Resource Area for Teachers. One day, we were there looking around and talked with a man who was there looking for material to sew into bags. At the time, he was sewing bags for homeless people. I gave him straps to use for his project.

I have lately been in contact with Richard again. He is sewing bags for poor Navajos in Ship Rock New Mexico. When he came for pick up several bags of straps, he left a sample of his work as a thank you to me. Here is a picture of the bag he left. I like the way it folds in on itself when you hold it by the handles.

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Nurse Liz and Mom Liz

Written by Tad. Posted in Trauma Strap Bags

Nurse Liz

Last week, I posted a picture of the doctor that delivered our new grandson. Here is a picture of the nurse, Liz, who helped our daughter-in-law, Elizabeth labor. She seems happy with her Tad Bag.

Our New Grandson

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Dr Cristine Wamhoff

On October 5th, we became grandparents for the first time. Here is a picture of Hunter, Elizabeth, (his mom,) and Dr. Christine, who delivered him. Are they happy about the baby or the Tad Bag?

Jen’s Bag

Written by Tad. Posted in Trauma Strap Bags

I was contacted by Jen, who sent me a picture of her bag. She got if from her dad who is my dad’s first cousin. You never know who is going to end up with one of these bags!

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