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Title: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on May 09, 2008, 05:26:45 PM
Since were here I thought it would be nice to have a place for member to come and just light a candle, say a prayer and not have to start a complete topic.  All are welcome, no matter your beliefs.  Peace to you all during this transition period of the new forum.

Walks to the alter, bows respectfully, opens the basket and places a bowl of sandalwood wax chips, filling the air with the scent of the woods.  Lights a candle for all in need of healing, guidance, strength, love, peace.   Prays for a moment as the candles flicker, rises and leaves, hoping others will soon follow.   Peace and blessings to you all.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Ann of Draycott on May 12, 2008, 04:48:29 PM
Lights a candle for all the people who died and are suffering after the cyclone in Myanmar.  May they get the help they need. 
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Post by: Lady Ann of Draycott on May 14, 2008, 10:45:37 AM
Lighting a candle for all the people who have died and for those who were injured and left homeless after the earthquake in China.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: violetrose on May 14, 2008, 01:30:56 PM
*walks in and sits by the alter* I just need some quiet time. I am really frustrated with work and some points in life in general and I just need some time to myself to regroup and de-stress.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: daylight on May 19, 2008, 08:26:57 AM
walks in and bows down and paryes silently for all you are in neeed. Looking up, feeling encourged because I know I have sought the one who can truly make a differance for us all. I know that God hears us when we pray, therefore I`am confident that our prayes are heard and therefore what we need is on it`s way. Leaves smiling with assurance in my heart.
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Post by: Lady_Lily on May 20, 2008, 07:38:23 PM
*walks in and lights a purple candle and takes her place in a corner as she gazes at the flame of her candle and thinks*

Such a place of peace...it is always wonderful to be amongst that.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on May 22, 2008, 01:01:07 PM
Walks in quietly, replaces the burned down candles with new ones. Lightly dusts off the alter and replaces the sandlewood chips with a bowl of Forest Potpourri, filling the room with the the clean scent of after a summer rain in the woods.  Opens a leather pouch and places an oak leaf shaped candle, lighting it and praying for it to send strength to all the victims of the recent natural disasters, here and abroad.  May the strength of the might oak tree give them shelter and a solid base to lean upon.  Gathers up the pouch and items, bows respectfully and slips out into the mist of the early morning that blankets the woods.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: cfduke on June 09, 2008, 07:31:19 AM
Lights a candle for my father who passed away this morning.  :'(
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Post by: DonaCatalina on June 09, 2008, 08:21:16 AM
candles for all the world's ills.
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Post by: Dracconia on June 21, 2008, 02:58:00 AM
*walks in and lights a candle..sits and says softly*

I miss you Dad...
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on July 01, 2008, 05:09:43 PM
Steps into the silence, bows repectfully and lights a candle of thanks.  Thanks for a safe return home, a successful working trip, and for the new friends made along the way.  Takes up a seat in the shadows to meditate in the positive energy of the area.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyStitch on July 29, 2008, 09:34:41 AM
:: walks in and lights a candle::

Thank you for keeping my husbands flamingo in one piece.  That his injuries were not as bad as they could have been.  We can live with a few broken ribs, and wrist.  Blessings on the EMTs that took care of him.  This was one bike wreck that the guy survived.

:: lights another candle::
This is for the family of the the other biker that the EMT's picked up that same day. He chose the telephone pole,while duff chose the mesquite tree.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on August 07, 2008, 05:35:46 PM
Lights a new candle for all those posting in need here on the forum.  Says a prayer of thanks for a safe return home to my family and ren friends.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Nicolette on August 07, 2008, 05:48:00 PM
We had a place like this in the old forums, I think Tremayne had started it. 

*Steps forward and lights a candle of pale green, for new beginnings*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Eriu on August 11, 2008, 10:54:55 PM
(Kneels at alter, lights a candle, bows in prayer) Receive into Your Presence, O Lord, the soul of Joe Kudla, aka Thomas Snot, of Puke N' Snot fame, who passed from this life today in MN. May he entertain angels...
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: appljx on August 17, 2008, 09:58:39 PM
*lights a candle for luck*  My, how I need it right now.

*then lights a candle for faith*  I need to learn how to let go and trust...
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Post by: Lady Renee Buchanan on August 21, 2008, 09:07:30 PM
**walks in quietly and kneels down and says a prayer and lights a candle for Molden and his family on the loss of his mother**
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Post by: Lady Nicolette on September 01, 2008, 10:15:44 PM
Walks in and lights a deep blue candle for Lady Glorianna, that she may find strength in this very difficult time.
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Post by: renren on September 14, 2008, 06:08:12 PM
*lighting a candle for safety of those near or in the path of the hurricanes*

*lighting another one for those who need healing*
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Post by: Amras Elfwine on September 26, 2008, 12:49:10 PM
A candle for Lady Gloriana...green and forest-scented...and humble prayers to the forest spirits...soothing breezes for her and her family...

Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: appljx on October 23, 2008, 05:11:30 PM
*lights a candle for GC's daddy* for healing and hope for the family

*lights a candle for her own Daddy* for answers that we desperately need
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Post by: Amras Elfwine on October 28, 2008, 09:16:47 PM
*Lights a candle for his friend appljx...a glittery one, to light the way*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: jcbanner on December 04, 2008, 03:14:13 AM
With head bowed in respect to those who are present, and those who have gone before, a new candle is lit in thanks of my brothers first child being healthy, a candle lit in remembrance of family no longer here to rejoice at the birth,  a candle is lit for courage, strength and honor for the friends who serve in the military protecting our homes,  and one last candle is lit for serenity for those who are restless or troubled.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: divapixie on January 07, 2009, 12:30:38 PM
*wanders in feeling hurt and rejected and sits down before the altar* *lights a black candle for banishing the negative feelings from her soul and heart and lights a white candle to bring in the positive feelings she once had before* I light this candle to ease the suffering of losing a chance at a relationship with someone I genuinely liked and hope that the positive feelings will return to my despairing single soul.

I know it sounds dramatic but its how I feel.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Charity Morgan on February 09, 2009, 05:57:18 AM
For Sir Wulf, King Charming ~ The Honorable Lord Ulfr hinn svarti Juzki:
On the day of my husbands cremation my mind turns to a passage from "The 13th Warrior".    "Lo, there do I see my father. Lo, there do I see my Mother, and Sisters, and Brothers. Lo, there do I see the line of my people, back to the beginning. Lo, they do call to me. They bid me take my place among them. In the halls of Valhalla, where the brave they live forever!"  Goodbye for now, my love.
   
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Post by: Scotsman on February 09, 2009, 06:21:56 AM
*lites large red candle for healing*

I have heard it said ... "It is better to have loved and lost, then never to have loved at all."

Times like these can test that saying ... God speed Dirk ... you will be forever missed lad. I know the angels are drinking mead today ... you'll see to it!
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Ambard on February 24, 2009, 07:13:54 PM
I stand before the church and shake my fist to the sky. Sometimes the gods servants just need to rebel a little before the gods send them on a new path.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Hibernian on March 03, 2009, 11:38:47 PM
Stepping carefully through the doorway, the friar pauses and removes his cowl as his eyes slowly adjust to the candle light within.

Takng the bag from his shoulder, knees creaking in protest, he finds an empty spot to sit in the far corner. The quiet is deafening but exactly what he was seeking. Sitting back against the wall his breath slows, the mind settles and then he hears it, his father's voice.

There are times when the world gets so loud the things that matter just get drowned out. There are times when being a father is so complicated and the one voice of experience you need, the one you could always trust, can't always be heard.

In the quiet of this chapel, in the light of the thoughts and prayers of friends, a tear is shed and the son knows he is never alone.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on March 25, 2009, 08:06:50 PM
Lady Oren sweeps away the leaves that have blown in during her absence.  She tends to the empty votives and replaces them with new candles.  Places a clean white linen on the alter, and bows in respect.  Lighting the incense she makes soft hand jestures to move the scent thru the room, it seems almost like a dance or an incantation.  Then lighting a single candle she moves to the last pew to meditate on the events of late.  Bowing her head she becomes silent, melting into the essence of positive healing energy that comes from this safe haven.   Peace.
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Post by: Escarlata on March 25, 2009, 08:49:25 PM
*landing softly before the chapel, she furls her wings and quietly slips through the doorway - reaching within her bag, she pulls forth the double wicked spiral candle in silver and indigo, brings forth a spark as only she can, and places it in the burl wood candlestick, staring in to the flame for a moment before she closes her eyes*

PTB, you know my anguish and my desire. Stay this trouble from our lives, bring peace and understanding to all parties involved without throwing our entire fairemily in to turmoil. For all involved, myself included, my only wish is what we desire and deserve.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on April 12, 2009, 07:29:21 PM
The blooms outside the chamber are peeking through the winter soil. She enters in silence.  Lights a candle for guidance. A friend is in need.  Calling out on the wind the whispers of the trees carry the message.  Help is on the way.  Taking a seat in a pew, she listens to the song as it's carried across the miles.  Peace.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyOren on May 10, 2009, 06:39:23 AM
On this special day, she sweeps the entrance, carrying the vine woven basket filled with wildflowers into the Blessed space.

Placing the vase upon the side stand, Lady Oren arranges the flowers, saying a prayer as each one is place in it's position. Praying for the children of the world that they all will be cared for, and know love, as they are the adults of tomorrow. 

Taking her empty basket she lights two candles for her own children, may the Angels always watch after them when she cannot.  Bowing respectfully she wisks away to cherish this special day with them.   
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Post by: Dracconia on June 13, 2009, 12:23:07 AM
*She walks in silently and reverently bows her head as she gives thanks for all the blessings being heaped on her as of late. Allowing the calm settle over her body she rises and greets the moon and sun as they look down on her. Lighting two candles she says*

Oh please send Angels to watch me and mine, let love be the guiding force in our lives. Please deliver us from the evil each day and make our paths straight even as we wish to walk away. Guide me thourgh my schooling, hold me as I work...teach each day Lord...

*Closing the prayer with a smile of love she leaves this place and goes to greet her night*
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Post by: Dracconia on June 21, 2009, 01:33:35 PM
*lights a candle for her Daddy and smiles*

I miss you and love you..Happy Father's Day!
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Post by: Escarlata on June 21, 2009, 06:42:37 PM
*lights a pair of candles*

Keep them safe, let the journey be easy, lead them to their proper place.
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Post by: Rhiannon on July 07, 2009, 10:44:48 PM
*Steps inside, carrying a white candle with her. She kneels down, placing it on the floor in front of her. As she lights it, she prays to her God and Goddess, asking that They send peace to her friend Katie as she continues to mourn for her husband James.*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Rhiannon on July 22, 2009, 04:46:11 PM
*Returns back into the room, carrying another candle, which she sets down before her and lights. She bows her head and prays to Brighid to help her friend N. as she deals with the fact that she has uterine cancer*
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Post by: Jezzy MacPeaks on August 10, 2009, 11:18:07 AM
Lights a candle, says prayer for the family of Scott "Hoss" Griffith.
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Post by: hephzibah on August 10, 2009, 06:11:52 PM
Walks up and lights a candle for Scott (Hoss) Griffith and he has found peace....
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: BEYONDTHEMISTS on August 13, 2009, 12:31:31 AM
 :'(  Hoss, I can hardly believe you're gone.  First I lose my mom in April unexpectedly, and now you.  I light a candle of remembrance for you and for her.  I know you're at peace now.  If I could, I'd like to request someone to light a candle for me.  I found out last Thursday that my heart is bad.  I'm only 36, and I may have to have heart surgery.  I'm scared, and alone, and I need some healing and some peace.  Thank you.

Brightest Blessings!

Alicia
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Renee Buchanan on November 28, 2009, 09:22:36 AM
I light a candle of thanksgiving for my good friends - you know who you are.

You have always been there for me for which I am forever grateful, and I hope I have succeeded in being there for you when you needed it, even though we are many miles apart geographically. 

And the next time I do see you, I want to give you a great big hug, each one of you.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Ellie on December 29, 2009, 10:26:13 PM
Respectfully enters room carrying basket filled with new assorted candles. Looking about starts to tidy up a bit. Replacing old candles with new ones. She stops to sit and listen to the quietness around her. Bows her head and says a prayer. Thanking the higher powers for her family, friends and the blessings she has in her life. She goes over and lights two candles. One for her mother and one for CaptMarga.
Praying for strength for both of them.  Feeling peaceful and renewed, she quietly leaves shutting the door behind her.
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Post by: Fairdos on March 28, 2010, 08:23:49 PM
*lights a candle for all who need strength to deal with the things life throws their way*

*lights another for all who need that soothing peace we all look for every now and again*

*lights a final candle in hopes for all to find smiles and happiness now and always*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Anna Iram on May 06, 2010, 11:22:33 AM
Lighting a candle for all those being affected by the Gulf oil leak. If all things are truely given us by God, then let us all live in hope and enlightenment through this event and let the destructive impact be as minimal as possible.
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Post by: Tink on May 19, 2010, 11:01:14 PM
*Quietly walks through the doorway, the overwhelming sense of peace causing a single tear to roll down her cheek*

Powers that be, please help me to fully appreciate what I have and to stop worrying about what I lack.  Also, please help me to mend this torn relationship with my father.

*lights two candles and retreats back into the world, feeling a little more hopeful*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: SirMichael on September 15, 2010, 01:10:12 PM
Greetings,

I must step into the light and request your help.

Bowing and then kneeling on one knee, I am but a Knight so the ways of war come easy but the way of talking to God does not come as easy to me. A long time friend and devoted regular of the Great lakes medieval Faire in Ohio, Dillsandra, the Pickle Goddess has passed from this life after surrering this past year in pain. She was a very good woman who sold pickles at the pickle grove and was always handing out drinks to cast and playtrons when they needed relief from the heat. She always thought of others before herself and was just a gentle and pleasent person who spoke to everyone who passed her grove.

Please help me by keeping Dillsandra in your prayers and postings. I do not have those fancy words that you have, for I am but a Knight but I can tell you from my heart that Dillsandra is so deserving of your thoughts and prayers and deserves more than I can give or say about her. Please let God know to accept her with his open arms. May she be in peace forever now. She will be missed but never forgotten.

Thank you so much,

Sir Michael of Mentor,
Knight Commander

Great Lakes Medieval Faire, Ohio
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Merlin the Elder on October 08, 2010, 03:36:50 PM
Sir Michael, your words were fancy enough to bring me to tears. Although I know neither of you personally, I offer my energies to you and her.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: SirMichael on October 09, 2010, 09:10:59 PM
Great Wizard Merlin the Elder,

From such a wise man as yourself, your words too have touched me. Thanks you very much. The best thing is another will remember Dillsandra. I know she will be smiling down upon us all.

Sir Michael of Mentor
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Post by: Shilori on October 25, 2010, 11:41:26 AM
: walks quietly in, and lights a purple candle : This candle is for my mom's healing, she seems to be sick, or near sickness for most of her now-life. I pray that she gets better, and knows that God is with her, holding her, even if it feels like he is pushing her towards the edge. He never gives us more than we can handle.
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Post by: Rowan MacD on December 02, 2010, 12:42:42 PM
  A candle please, and prayers for my husband and his family.  We just found out his son has cancer again.
  He's 27 years old, it's another tumor of the same type that he fought and thought was cured of when he was 18.  His hair never grew all the way back after chemo that time.
  Life's not fair.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Merlin the Elder on December 02, 2010, 12:46:43 PM
I offer my energies for his success in this battle, Rowen.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: irish on December 02, 2010, 07:22:04 PM
........a candle is lit in offering, for the Soul of Dillsandra. May she find peace and perfect healing.

.......a candle is also offered, for the health and healing of Rowen's 'son'. May the light of this candle, heal him and guide the family in prayer.

.......a candle is lit for the Mother of Shilori. Prayers for her health, are offered.

May you all find peace and guidance. Prayers are with you all........
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Post by: Rowan MacD on December 03, 2010, 07:33:45 PM
  Thanks to you all.  He goes in for surgery next week.  I pray it has not spread.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: medievalmagic85 on December 21, 2010, 10:35:05 AM
I am lighting a candle for a friend through Pa Renaissance Faire. Theresa Savage has lost her husband Bill through a fatal car accident yesterday. Her birthday was two days ago. Please keep her in your thoughts at this difficult time.
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Post by: Shilori on December 21, 2010, 06:32:46 PM
I will keep her and her family in my thoughts and prayers
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Post by: saphire_glade on December 21, 2010, 11:41:07 PM
I would like to light a tiny candle for my little snake Magellan, who waited for his final moment in this world be in the palm of my hand. He was only 4 months old....
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Post by: Rani Zemirah on December 22, 2010, 01:00:32 AM
Lighting a candle in prayer that this longing be answered in some way that is pleasing to the Universe... and less painful for all concerned.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: appljx on February 20, 2011, 06:28:17 PM
* lights a candle for hope and light during a rough time *
* lights another candle for miracles*
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: maeven on February 21, 2011, 01:21:19 PM
Lighting a candle for all those in the world who are hungry, thirsty, cold, even hot. I also want to light a candle for those who are suffering from addiction, whether it's drugs, alcohol or anything else. I pray for them every night, even though I will probably never know them.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Merlin the Elder on February 21, 2011, 08:13:14 PM
Maeven, I've worked with two addiction hard cases, both of which I had known for years...one alcohol, one cocaine. With the help of another friend who was in recovery (long-term), and of Al-Anon, I did everything humanly possible to try to help these two friends. The former was drunk the last time he called. That's been 3-4 years ago. The coke addict has been clean for nearly 15 years.

I won't take any responsibility for the condition of either. The choice is always that of the addict, and he/she first has to realize and admit the problem. Sometimes they know, like my alcoholic friend, and just cannot beat the demon...actually, the demon is never beaten, just held at bay.

If you have someone, Maeven, that is struggling with this, get in touch with Al-Alon, maybe even do an open meeting. There are right and wrong things to do to help. Knowing which is which is important, if you're hoping to intervene.

My addiction was cigarettes. Hardly in the same class, but an addiction nonetheless and I understand firsthand what addiction means, I've seen what addiction can do. Sometimes, experience sucks...
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Post by: maeven on February 23, 2011, 01:00:31 PM
Maeven, I've worked with two addiction hard cases, both of which I had known for years...one alcohol, one cocaine. With the help of another friend who was in recovery (long-term), and of Al-Anon, I did everything humanly possible to try to help these two friends. The former was drunk the last time he called. That's been 3-4 years ago. The coke addict has been clean for nearly 15 years.

I won't take any responsibility for the condition of either. The choice is always that of the addict, and he/she first has to realize and admit the problem. Sometimes they know, like my alcoholic friend, and just cannot beat the demon...actually, the demon is never beaten, just held at bay.

If you have someone, Maeven, that is struggling with this, get in touch with Al-Alon, maybe even do an open meeting. There are right and wrong things to do to help. Knowing which is which is important, if you're hoping to intervene.

My addiction was cigarettes. Hardly in the same class, but an addiction nonetheless and I understand firsthand what addiction means, I've seen what addiction can do. Sometimes, experience sucks...

I don't know anyone with any addictions but those are really good suggestions, Merlin. I do like to pray for them though, because I really do pray for everyone. Even the critters :)
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: maeven on February 24, 2011, 02:48:05 PM
Lighting a candle and praying for my best pal in the whole wide world: my dog.

He seems to be well, however in the past few days he hasn't been the same. I am taking him to the vet tomorrow and I'm hoping for the best. One of my coworkers was telling me that her sister's dog had the same symptoms that my dog is having and it turned out to be stomach cancer. That just terrified me. My dog and I are inseparable-I've had him since my Senior year of high school (I graduated in 2002) and we finally have him living with us after moving out of my parents house and getting married in 2009. I can't lose my dog. I just can't.

My husband says that he's probably fine, and that there is no need to worry until there is something to absolutely worry about. That's easier said than done.

I'm hoping and praying that he's turns out okay after seeing the vet tomorrow.

****UPDATE**** We just got Oscar's test results in today and he's going to be just fine. He was prescribed medicine for his stomach and he's on a different type of dog food. My husband and I are really glad and thankful that things are going to be alright!
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Shilori on May 09, 2011, 10:15:16 AM
I am so glad your doggy is good! I will keep praying that his stomach is fine!
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: RedHatQueen on January 02, 2012, 07:22:35 PM
/walks in, bows, lights candle...

.... for new and safe beginnings?
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Hausfrau Monica on January 02, 2012, 08:14:06 PM
Prayers please.....

we have all had the tummy bug but my son has been the last...he has a fever now of 102.5 (not tottally accurate instrument) and I really don't want to take him out in this snow to the emergency

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Post by: Rani Zemirah on January 02, 2012, 08:20:06 PM
Prayers please.....

we have all had the tummy bug but my son has been the last...he has a fever now of 102.5 (not tottally accurate instrument) and I really don't want to take him out in this snow to the emergency




Praying as hard as I can, hon!!! 
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Hausfrau Monica on January 02, 2012, 08:27:22 PM
Darling Rani!!!

Thanks so much.  I have the phone in one hand holding to speak with a nurse and pacing back and forth from his room and the computer......on hold for 25 minutes now

I took some of his blankets off, gave him a second tylenol and a cool cloth on his head.  Thats all I know to do
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Rani Zemirah on January 02, 2012, 08:34:40 PM
Well, hopefully the nurse can give you some suggestions to bring down his fever, without taking him out in the cold.  Try and get him to drink some fluids, as well, so he doesn't get dehydrated!  (((HUGS))) to you both!!! 
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Post by: RedHatQueen on February 24, 2012, 05:22:01 PM
lighting candle for those in need.  Many friends, family and myself. Thank you.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Kett on April 20, 2012, 08:54:51 PM
Stepping in to light a candle, say a prayer and offer thanks to any superior being out there in the cosmos.



Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: appljx on July 24, 2012, 07:35:02 PM
*flutters in and lights a bright green candle*  Please let this method work.  We've been trying for a child for so long...please....
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Baron Frederick on December 29, 2012, 02:38:43 PM
Light a candle for Lady Kathleen to make it through this ordeal with her Mom. Her Mom is in intensive care with pneumonia
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Post by: DonaCatalina on December 30, 2012, 07:56:30 AM
Lighting a candle
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Post by: Rowan MacD on December 31, 2012, 08:03:16 AM
 Prayers and Healing energy to both of them.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Lady Renee Buchanan on January 03, 2013, 05:42:53 PM
Lady Kathleen's mom passed away last night, with her loving children around her.  Kathy said it was very peaceful, and now her mom is reunited with her dad in Heaven.  Kathy will remain in the Reno & No. California areas until just before the end of January.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: Merlin the Elder on January 04, 2013, 05:46:04 AM
Thanks, Lady Renee, and lots of hugs to Kathy. We had to say goodbye to our Mum a few months back...I know how hard it is.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: renren on April 07, 2013, 10:15:23 PM
Lighting a candle for Lady Amy of York, and her family, as she's not been well!
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: LadyStitch on October 29, 2014, 02:31:25 PM
Lighting a candle for our clansman Matt.  He was in a motorcycle wreck this weekend.  If he didn't have his helmet on he would not be with us anymore.  Thankfully he is only missing TRF this year, and can return to us next fall.  A toast of Loki will be given in his honor with the thankful promise that he will spend many more with us.
Title: Re: A place to light your candle
Post by: RefMom3 on October 30, 2014, 08:51:58 AM
Two candles; one for a soul returned, the other for strength to continue her fight.
Thank you~