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Protecting that which we love

    The gesture of this figure is caring and protective. The small baby bluebird could be a metaphor for something precious—perhaps someone we love, perhaps our environment, perhaps our own inner happiness...

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    Submitted by Donna Penner in British Columbia, December 2017

    My dad passed away less then a year ago in January 2017. I wanted to find something special to remember him as Christmas approached. My dad was such an important part of my life. I've really been struggling since he died. When I saw this sculpture, I knew right away that this was what I wanted to be his special piece for my Christmas display. My dad loved birds and he truly was a nurturer. People have such wonderful stories they share about my dad. .. I love you and miss you dad. Your were a very special man. You are forever in my heart.

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    Submitted by Paula Ridgway in Bracknell, Berkshire, England, January 2017

    I 'retired' from being a volunteer with the children's work at the Kerith Community Church, in Bracknell, England, after more than 30 years of service and I was presented with the Nurture figure as part of their thank you. It has been a joy to nurture children from birth up to 11 years of age over the years and this will be a constant reminder of that privilege. I would suggest it is something special to give to people who have been nurturers in your lives.

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    • 5.5"h
    • Interior packaging: recyclable paper pulp
    • Protecting that which we love
    • Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents.
      "Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents.",