People always talk about how important photography is and how their photos are the first thing they would save if a fire were to occur. However, there are other hobbies that we have that seem far less significant but turn out to mean so much to your loved ones. For instance, my great grandmother loved quilting and we loved when she would gift us with one of her pieces of art, carefully chosen strips of fabric sewn together into unique patterns. She truly enjoyed creating them but I don’t think I ever recognized their greatness until now. Her quilts that sit delicately in my closet are precious to me and while there are some that do not get used due to their fragile state, there are a few that come out every time one of the kids fall sick. Wrapping up in one of Grandma’s quilts is better than a warm plate of comfort food. Though I will never forget Grandma, my children will not remember her as they were far too young when she passed. Thankfully they have these amazing creations from her that will allow them to appreciate and find comfort in her. Like a loving hug, Grandma’s quilts will continue to wrap around my family and hold and comfort them while nursing them back to health. Continue with your hobbies, your miscellaneous projects that may seem useless but you find happiness in. You never know how much it will mean to someone else either now or sometime down the road.