Saturday, March 03, 2007

The Clinging Cross

Clinging Cross

Thanks Barb

"I call it a holy grail moment for me because I just knew I had something incredible," said Jane Davis of Kingwood, who manufactures the 'Clinging Cross.'

It's bringing comfort to people all over the country, including ABC's Bob Wooddruff. He used it while recovering from a bomb attack in Iraq. And now, we've learned those popular crosses are made by a Kingwood woman.
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PBXVI said...

How far can you bend, twist, curve, and contort the cross and still call it a cross??? I don't know, but I just wondered if anyone else had the same thought!

EC Gefroh said...

I think the point was to make it conform to a sick person's hand. I don't think the artist meant any disrespect.

Anonymous said...

I would have to agree with Esther. However, no differently than a wedding band, it is mearly a symbol. A symbol of one's faithfullness and love. No matter how the cross devised it all depends on ones belief.

EC Gefroh said...

True Ron. Thanks for stopping by.