Life goes on

It has been a long time since I updated my website. I usually take a summer break because I have so much other things to do during summer. This summer the break became extra long because sometimes things happens in life that you never can prepare for. My dear mother passed away in beginning of August. We knew that she soon wouldn’t be with us because of her illness, but we where completely unprepared that she would pass away so suddenly. Life goes on, but it is hard to get used to the fact that she is not with us anymore.

Because my father soon will move to a flat, we are fully occupied to clean out all the buildings on the family estate. We want to finish the clean out before snow comes because the property will be sold somewhere during next spring. It is so sad, the property has been in the family for over a hundred years.

Later on I will make a memorial page about my mother. There I will show most of all the paintings (more than 350) she made during her life and also some of the huge amount of embroideries she created. It will take a lot of time and work to prepare this because she was so productive. I have already taken photos of all her paintings, but I have to find time to put all this together.

I know you will understand that I will not do so many new cut files for a while!


20 responses to “Life goes on”

  1. So sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. I know how difficult it is to lose a parent. So wonderful that you have her art, so you’ll always have a piece of her with you. Sad that your Dad cant stay in his family’s estate. Best of luck with the purge. Thinking of you. Shelley

    • Thank you! I know we are blessed to have all her paintings. I love them all and I find peace by watching them from time to time.

  2. Sorry for your loss.Be gratefull to her for all the good things she gave you.Hope you will soon or late find your new way.a big kiss

  3. I am so sorry to read of the sudden passing of your mother. I hope your father is OK and settles into his new home OK. To have to lose your family home as well as a parent and with all the stress you are dealing with, I hope you are OK. Take some time to heal yourself and your family.

    • Thank you! I’m taking one to two days off from work each week. I wish I could be off more, but that is impossible. My father will not move until Christmas, so we don’t have to hurry too much, that is good.

  4. Very sorry to hear of your Mum’s passing and condolences to you and your Dad. It’s very upsetting to have to sell a property that has been in the family for so long, which is certainly adding to the stress.
    Take care, time will heal.
    ((((((Big hugs))))))

    • Thank you! I have so many memories from when I was a kid and my granny lived on the property. Me, my brother and our cousins often stayed there during holidays and we had so much fun. Later when she got too old and had to move my parents bought the property.

  5. Hello Monica, I am so sorry to hear of your loss it is a very emotional time for you but I.m sure you have lots of Happy loving memories of her to help you through your sadness. Take care.

    • Thank you! I’m thinking of her and remembering things about her almost all the time. It’s so sad to not be able to speak to her any more.

  6. So very sorry. It has been a difficult time for you. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  7. I am sorry for your loss, it must be very hard to let go. I am looking forward to seeing your Mums artwork, you obviously inherited her talent for beautiful work from her.

    • Thank you, I’m working on the memorial page but it will take some time before it’s ready. Right now we are occupied with the selling of my parent home.

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