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  • May 10, 2020 2 min read

    Happy Mother’s Day.  I like to think about Mothers' Day not just as a day to remember our own mothers, but a day to recognize and honor all the influential women in our lives.  Certainly, our mothers are the first to love us, but there are so many strong women who have nurtured us—been there for us. These are the women who give us the opportunity to try, comfort us if we fail, and support us as we try again.  And again. And again.  Mothers and others are our mentors.

    They teach us what they know, and their wisdom comes from personal experience as well as from the collective knowledge of the women in their lives - not only their mother, but aunts, sisters, cousins, and friends.  So it is, that all women are both mothers and daughters as we live in community and share our lives. There is great power in the circle of women, and our need to access it cannot be denied. 

    Around what is jokingly referred to as the magic table here at the shop, I see this power, and our need for it, play out all the time as we gather and discuss topics big and small.  Yes, there is talk about yarn and projects, but we also talk about our jobs, our health, our families, and our lives.   We discuss art, fashion, science, and current events - what we're reading, and what we think - women of all ages sharing experiences and knowledge.  Teaching and learning.  Listening and understanding, whether it's a relationship that needs support, or a project that needs ripping out. 

    It is this community of women we miss most rIght now. Can we knit at home? Of course, but sometimes you need to be with your sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends for strength and solace, for laughter and a sympathetic ear.

    I am thinking of you, my knitting mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends, and I look forward to seeing yin the shop and around the table.

     Until we are together again, keep knitting, stay grateful, and create something beautiful. ❤️

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