Love Will Sea You Through T-shirt
The design is printed from the original stained glass art work of Larry and Debbie Maier Jacknin.
This listing is for a fitted v-neck shirt that says Love Will Sea You Through. It runs a size smaller than a traditional t-shirt.
The designs can also be printed on a onsie, bib, child's shirt, oneise, mask, or adult long sleeve, short sleeve, racerback, or swetshirt with hood.
In September 2013, Larry was diagnosed with ALS. The most important thing Debbie and Larry tried to convey is that everyone in life faces challenges. ALS was a tough diagnosis to receive but instead of focusing on the negative, they focused on what Larry could do.
At the beginning of 2014, Larry stopped working as an engineer and project manager. They worked to make each day count. They enjoyed each others company, spent their time exploring, and turning what they saw and felt into works of art.
The ALS Association of Western PA was very helpful to Debbie and Larry. For example, they lived in a ranch style home which had a few steps. Towards the end, Larry couldn't walk and used an electric wheel chair to get around. The ALS Assocation lent them 4 ramps so that Larry could stay in his home. 20% of the sale of these designs will be donated to the ALS Association Western PA Chapter.
Please allow 7 - 10 days
100% Cotton Screen-printed by hand with non-toxic ink in the USA
Wash in cold water and dry on low heat.
The world is a tough place to inhabit right now. And when the world seems a little too rough, Debbie of Songbird Artistry likes to remember this parable, told to her late husband ,Larry, and her shortly after his ALS diagnosis. Life and our struggles during it can be like a rough sea. It can throw us around, scare us, and make us fear that there will be no harbor from our storm. But there are boats all around you, if you care to look, in the form of family and friends that are willing to help guide and support you through hard times. This parable is what inspired the mosaic that Larry and Debbie created, which we entitled "Love Will Sea You Through". This mosaic helped to remind us, even though ALS was a scary diagnosis, that there was still a lot of good left to experience.