Quite the Bee....Actually Bee of all Bees.


One of the things that blows me away all the time is the generosity in people's hearts...I couldn't do everything that I do, without the help of others - And because of it I am throwing a Kick-It-Capes Sewing Bee to pay it forward so that this beautiful cycle happens over & over.

Over 2000 Kick-It-Capes have been given out around the world, we always have kids on our waiting list and we are working with organizations like Sick Kids, Kingston General Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. 

On May 31st we will be hosting A Bee - A Day of Inspiration, Hope and making the world a brighter place. This will be a Sewing Bee like none other in the sense that it won't just be about sewing - The day is meant to uplift others and stories will be shared, tears will be flowing, hugs will probably be needed and Kick-It-Capes will mean that much more. 


My best friend Laura, whose little boy Maiysn is the inspiration behind our Kick-It-Capes, will be sharing their story and her heartache in losing her precious son. You will find out why it's so important that these capes live on, so that Maiysn can soar in his legacy. 


You will listen to stories from two other mommas about what it meant to receive a cape for their child and the hard journey they are facing. And you will hear a dad's perspective in fighting and losing his beautiful daughter - A little girl that touched my heart so deeply...


We need all sorts of help - those that can sew, those that can't, those that can iron, those that have never touched one like me, those that can cut, those that are better without scissors, mostly we just need those that want to help...

I just want this to be a day of hope and I can't wait for you all to hear these incredible stories of inspiration and help create Kick-It-Capes to lift up kids all over the world.

So all the info is here:
Tickets are limited and can be purchased HERE...

Hope to meet some of y'all, although you might not recognize me because I'll be a hot-emotional-crying-my-eyes-out-mess...







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