With every stitch, Mary Ann Upton remembers. Five years ago, she watched her newborn grandson fight for his life. He was born with a heart defect that lead to open heart surgery when he was only three days old. In the midst of all the worry and pain, the local chapter of Project Linus brought the baby a blanket.
“It’s put up now,” said the grandmother of five. “One day, maybe he’ll take it out and tell the story to his children. It really meant a lot. Hospitals can be so cold and impersonal. What Project Linus did was so good.”
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