My mother is one of the highly involved and very present mothers, and this new situation allows me to get used to a life where she is less present. I am with her and that is all I want to do right now – to be with her and to be there for her. In spite of doing things I never imagined myself doing – I find myself extremely grateful and thankful for being able to do them for her.
I have a few workshops booked, starting this Friday which I look forward to. I believe they will be a big help for me to put my head up a little from this bad dream.
My Etsy shop works as usual, thanks to my amazing E and with a little help from my friends. All of your orders are carefully packed every evening. At the moment, the packages are sent on Mondays and Wednesdays. The only thing that has really changed is my presence online.
I hope I will be back here soon with some good news. I imagine it will take some time until I am back to the blog and to my usual things, but, as usual, I will trust my gut feelings: when Crochet is needed I will know it – and so will you. You already know how I love to pick up my hook, my colourful cottons and document these cheerful moments – these moments will be back.
Thank you again for the caring emails and messages, and the prayers you sent me for her recovery. It touches my heart so deeply and makes me stronger. We will keep on praying for the recovery and well-being of my amazing mother, Eva. I believe in prayers XOXO, Mo.”
Ronit here again.
I was thinking that a good way to send Mo your love, care and prayers would be to upload your latest crochet to your Instagram account, and tag it #ibelieveinprayers. You can tag @crochetobjet if you like. This could let her know how many of you are thinking about her and her mother.