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Her answer launched a new line of jewelry by Quantum Jewelry that gives new meaning to Love, Hope, and Healingand Kickstarter.com is helping make it happen.
Kent, Ohio (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
In China, of the babies born with birth defects, about 30 percent die within five years after birth, while another 40 percent suffer lifelong deformities. This is a story of five-year-old Gloria Palmer who has beaten both statistics with what her mother, Tammy Palmer, calls The most imperfectly perfect heart.
It was October 6, 2008, Hefei, China Rui-Qi was only hours old when she was abandoned placed on the hard, cold ground in a public area. She was found by a police officer and taken to an orphanage where her journey began and where she would remain for the next four years. Rui-Qi was born without a lower left arm and hand, missing fingers on her right hand and missing toes.
On November 4th, 2012 over 7,000 miles away, Tammy Palmer was in Maranatha Bible Church Akron, Ohio with her two, young adopted daughters and husband Jim. It was Orphan Sunday, a day set aside once a year to honor children around the world without parents.
While praising God at service, Tammy was given a vision. She saw what appeared to be a beautiful Asian girl coming towards her, arms outstretched, crying, Mommy. Only this baby girl was missing part of her left arm.
The Palmers had adopted two of their daughters from China, so Mrs. Palmer, convinced that this vision was real, began her search for her tiny Asian princess.
Some may call it a religious or even supernatural experience, but three days before this precious baby girl appeared to Tammy Palmer, her photo was posted on the homepage of a Chinese adoption advocate website. Most would call Tammy, discovering that photo being the exact likeness of her crying princess nothing short of a miracle.
The Palmers made a faith journey to China and brought their newest daughter home in June, 2013. They named her Gloria.
As Gloria began speaking English, she asked Tammy, Mommy did you hear me crying while I was in China? This question stunned Tammy and she replied, Well, yes I did in fact, I heard you and saw you in my vision while I was in church, why do you ask? Gloria replied, Because I was missing you, thats why I was crying.
Like so many children born different from others, Gloria's been asking many questions about her missing limbs and how and where she was born. One of the hardest questions for the Palmers to answer whos Tammy and how is it that she is Glorias mother now?
Last Christmas, five-year-old Gloria handed Tammy a white board with what Tammy calls, The most imperfectly perfect heart. It was Tammys heart with little Glorias heart inside. She said, Look mommy, I was born in your heart.
It was profound. A moment the Palmers will always remember as their daughters time of understanding of who she is and where she came fromthis all was meant to be.
Princess Glorias a.k.a. Princess Peachtrees amazing artwork is a powerful message of Love love that was meant to be.
The Palmers, both jewelry artisans, have set out to bring Glorias message to the world. They tooled the design and created the molds exactly to Glorias design and named it, Born in your Heart.
It is a design that speaks to anyone in love, really. They say that the ultimate expression of love is a diamond ring, a gold heart, or an infinity pendant. This is the ultimate when someone is born in your heart, that person was meant to be. Its love that was always meant to be. What says that better than this, says Tammy.
And anyone receiving Born in your Heart, a mommy-to-be, or an adoptive parent, between couples, a daughter to her mother, a son to his mother, a husband to his wife, they will know and understand it as being as profound as the moment Gloria gave the drawing to Tammy, says Jim.
Born in your Heart launches on Kickstarter.com, Tuesday, July 8th, 2014.
Photos attached/Captions below:
File Name: Tammy and Gloria Palmer BIYH
Caption: Every night before bed, Tammy Palmer and daughter, five-year-old Gloria, form a heart together each just using one hand. Gloria, born in Hefei, China was adopted by Tammy and Jim Palmer of Kent, Ohio drew the Born in your Heart picture that would become the new ultimate expression of love love that was meant to be.
File Name: BIYH Product Photo
Caption: Created by Tammy and Jim Palmer, named after their adopted daughter, Glorias Born in your Heart drawing, the jewelry line is launching with three pieces, handcrafted, highly-polished 316L stainless steel necklace, cuff bracelet, and earrings. Retailing for about $24.99 each available for pre-order July 8, 2014.
Contact Tammy Palmer directly for interviews and for personal appearances.
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