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January 28, 2009
I am so sorry for your loss. I've enjoyed her writing for quite a few years now. I miss her.
January 25, 2009
Things just aren't the same...gosh, how I miss her articles. She made us feel part of her family and let us laugh with her and at ourselves. She showed us all that quilting is about so much more than the fabric.
January 23, 2009
Helen's column was the first article I turned to in QN! I know she can never be replaced. God Blessed us with her.
January 22, 2009
Dear Helen,
every time I get the QN delivered to my mail box, I want to open it and flip hastily thru the pages until I see your column. No more, - I miss your witt, charm and expertise badly.
January 20, 2009
I was shocked and saddened when I read about losing Helen in the QNM. It truly broke my heart; her column was always the first thing I read when I received my magazine. God Bless.
January 18, 2009
The only reason I subscribed to QN is because Helen Kelley was a columnist. Her writing was so clear, so plain, so heart-catching; I loved her thinking and her lovely thoughts. I miss you, Helen.
January 16, 2009
I enjoy Helen's writing so very much. Reading her column feels like reading a letter from home. I'll miss those "letters". My deepest sympathy to all of her family.
January 15, 2009
My sincerest condolences to you, Helen's family. I frequently shared her columns with my children because they would wonder why mom was chuckling to herself!
Her columns filled with wisdom, human foibles, gentle humor and quirks, unique to quilters, invited us into a larger world of quiltmakers. I will miss her perspective on our world.
My sincerest sympathies,
January 12, 2009
My own Mom's name was Helen, so maybe I felt an affinity for your Helen because of that. Her columns were fun to read and a great inspiration to me. I am sorry for your loss, but it is nice to think that your Helen is still sharing her love of everything with all of heaven! (and maybe she has met my Helen!)
January 11, 2009
Dear family of Helen Kelley,
How sadden I was to read of your dear Helen's passing. I was so impressed with her when she answered my email to her thanking her for her articles in the QNM last spring. When receiving the QNM each month I would turn to her article first thing. I will miss her thoughts terribly as I know you will. What a legacy she leaves for her family. God bless, Eleanor

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