My daughter has been receiving speech therapy since January. One of her therapists, Karyn, is leaving the practice and moving across town. She was the first speech therapist to diagnose my daughter with apraxia, and has consistently worked with her since that time. She is kind, gentle and caring, and we are so sad to see her go. To show her our appreciation, I made her a market tote bag and matching zippered clutch.
I am a firm believer that if someone impacts your life positively, you should tell them or show them your gratitude. Thanking those who go above and beyond their job description for you or your family member not only is appreciated, it sets a good example for others to follow and it inspires the individual to continue impacting lives on a daily basis.
Now, back to how we are saying "Thank You" to our speech therapist....
A square bottom makes this tote so very practical.