Email from Dee Dee

From: Dee Dee
Sent: Sunday, June 4, 2017

First of all, thank you for starting and maintaining this organisation! I selected my own Bottle of Hope from a lovely case of offerings at my oncology clinic in 2014 while undergoing daily treatment (8 months!) for a rare type of Leukemia. My beautiful little bottle became the safe keeper of hopes, dreams and even fears, scribbled on little pieces of paper or discovered in fortune cookies during my recovery.

I am three years cured and have since given two Bottles of Hope to friends facing their own cancer challenges. They loved them.

I would like to donate some small glass bottles to the Polymer Clay Guild of Minnesota, who supplies the Bottles of Hope in my area. However, I cannot find any contact information on their website. Do you happen to have contact info for them, or could you forward this to someone associated with this group?

Thank you in advance for any help or guidance you can provide.

Best regards,
Dee Dee

I’ve attached some photos of my Bottle of Hope, taken on the day I brought it home (a really low point in my treatment).


Bottle of Hope that Dee Dee got during treatment made by the Polymer Clay Guild of Minnesota
Dee Dee’s bottle with the saying “What Cancer Cannot do…”

1 thought on “Email from Dee Dee”

  1. I’ve found some information on the Polymer Clay Guild of Minnesota and emailed the info to Dee Dee – Sharon

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