P.J. Feedback from Jason

With permission I’d like to share this feedback from a grateful family member of a patient at Canberra Hospital.  Huge thanks to Mission Stitchin’ for a wonderful job!
Jason is feeling thankful at Canberra Hospital.

A huge thank you to Kath from Canberra Hospital ICU and June (Mission Stitchin’ – GoGs) for assisting with turning some of Jake’s clothes into hospital friendly gowns. While he may not be awake enough to say thanks himself it has undoubtedly made him feel more comfortable during this difficult time. You guys are legends!

Hi Jason, The amazing June has done some beautiful work on his clothing and we are just so pleased to be able to be of some help to make Jake’s time in hospital as comfortable as possible. All the very best from all of us here at GoG!

Thanks Mary, it really is amazing work you guys do. So selfless! A big BZ to everyone at GoG, especially June for her wonderful work and attention to detail! Amazing! P.S. BZ is a military term (give it a google).

“The combination of the Bravo and Zulu nautical signal flags, eg, Bravo Zulu, also referred to as “BZ”, is a naval signal, typically conveyed by flghoist or voice radio, meaning “Well Done” with regard to actions, operations or performance.”

The PJs went very well, the pants were excellent….I think the design is well thought through and should be sustained for the next pair!

Hi Jason, I am one of the many GoG members trying to make a difference in people’s lives. This story touches our hearts, more than you could know. Everything we make is made with love. Thank you for sharing this wonderful story💝💖 – Vicki