In the meantime, because of an IM conversation I had yesterday with a friend who’s currently visiting in Jerusalem, he also said kaddish for her tonight.
The conversation went something like this:
Me: Boker tov.
Friend: Good evening from Jerusalem.
Me: Ahhhh...lucky you! Enjoy, be safe, and eat a falafel for me! When are you back?
Friend: Next Thursday.
Me: Enjoy. Have fun!
Friend: Want me to bring you anything?
Me: Just eat a falafel for me...
Friend: Consider it done.
Me: One more thing: If you're at services, it's my mother's yahrzeit. She'd love to know someone said kaddish for her in Israel....
Friend: Consider that done as well. Tomorrow night with the IMPJ.
Me: Perfect! Thank you!
Friend: She'd like that.
Me: I know!
So, The Mums, I hope you appreciate that tonight—from the east and from the west--we were thinking of you, remembering you, and missing you. xoxo.