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Shane Whalen
This Prayer Circle is Dedicated to my son Shane Whalen Who Passed Away On March 15, 1999 at the Age of 24, & All Other Children


Start a prayer circle for bereaved parents who have lost a child.


There are many of us out there who have lost a child, and it is devastating. It changes the outlook on life, plunges you into a depression, and you think that the feelings and thoughts you have nobody else could possibly relate to. I think a prayer circle for bereaved parents would only benefit us and help us on our journey of grief. This Circle is one of Love, where a Grieving Parent can safely come to for Prayers, and to talk about their feelings.

 
Shaner -10/14/2000
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mypearlie
1/16/2004 19:24

Hi Sandy - I was reading thru the posts and found your birthday greeting to me. My daughter's birthday is actually on the 20th of this month but I still appreciate your remembering. We're getting together with family & friends this weekend to celebrate (our way of celebrating is eating - haha) and I will probably visit the cemetary with a balloon or 2. So thanks for the special message.

I also read your post where you explained your son's cause of death. I was wondering if you knew the medical term for that. My daughter's death was also caused from something in her heart (but still no exact cause).

Peace


beachmom45
1/16/2004 22:58

Greetings to all AngelMoms and AngelDads!
I have been in a major slumpÖItís really tough being a PERFECTIONIST when you really just donít feel like getting out of bed in the morning! I have pleaded with my Dear Hubby to bring me my coffee and my laptop with the promise to come out sometime in the near futureÖbut he wonít buy it. Why canít he just be an enabler and let me have my way? Just kidding! I do like to wake up to the aroma of fresh coffee though!

Yesterday was a down dayÖ I spent the entire day just moping and crying! I guess it is true that GRIEF is not something you go through, but something you live.

My hubby has wanted to sell our RV and our Home. Iím not ready to get rid of anything. I have pleaded with him to just wait until our youngest is out of High school in two years, he thinks that we can sell now and build another with no problem! Yeah right! We all know who has to do the cleaning and packing and moving! I donít even want to get out of bed, let alone sell my house and move! He promised not to put anymore pressure on me, but I know he wants to! I know that our home is too much for us to handle now with all our children grown and almost grown. With a Ĺ acre property (with animals) that we have to maintain and a 3000 sq ft to house to clean it takes some doing to get just the basic chores finished. Believe it or not it was much easier to take care of when I had 5 little ones and a chore chart! Now no one has the time or the inclination to pitch in with even the most basic of maintenance!

Tomorrow, an attorney for the Insurance Company is meeting with my youngest son and his friend in regards to the accident that claimed the life of my son Sean. There has been an ongoing investigation of why his SUV rolled and why the Fire department took an Hour to get there when protocol is arrival in 30 minutes or less (even in our rural area). Iím concerned for both boys; it was hard enough for them to experience the nightmare of a fatal accident where they tried everything to save their beloved brother and friend to no avail. Now they have to go over it again and again with inquisitive strangers. I pray that the Lord will shelter them, comfort them and give them peace.

Sandy and Sou,
I wanted to encourage you in your current swimming efforts. Itís something that you can do for yourself that has all around benefits-physically and mentally! I also wanted to let you know that if you had any questions on workouts or training we have been in the swimming business for over 12 years! We have a United States Swimming Team with aprox. 50 swimmers ages 5 years to college age. Itís the grass roots where kids can learn and train with the eventual goal of representing the US at the Olympics. We have a few who may make it someday to Olympic trials. We feel that everyone gains from their swimming experience, while not everyone is cut out to be an Olympian they gain valuable life skills in the process. Itís a lifetime sport. You swim when your young and you can pick it up again when youíre older! Itís definitely easier on the knees than running (which I try to do) we have to work when we get to the pool (my hubby is head coach and Iím the boss!) there isnít anytime for us to get in the pool. Some of our groups train twice a day 2 hours at a time with our beginners practicing 1-1/2 hours two times a week. Believe me our elite group (advanced) swimmers put in a lot yardage! Again, If you need any pointers or encouragement just ask! Iím here to help!

I thank you all for praying for those of us who canít always do it for ourselves.

We much love, Marci


beachmom45
1/16/2004 22:58

Greetings to all AngelMoms and AngelDads!
I have been in a major slumpÖItís really tough being a PERFECTIONIST when you really just donít feel like getting out of bed in the morning! I have pleaded with my Dear Hubby to bring me my coffee and my laptop with the promise to come out sometime in the near futureÖbut he wonít buy it. Why canít he just be an enabler and let me have my way? Just kidding! I do like to wake up to the aroma of fresh coffee though!

Yesterday was a down dayÖ I spent the entire day just moping and crying! I guess it is true that GRIEF is not something you go through, but something you live.

My hubby has wanted to sell our RV and our Home. Iím not ready to get rid of anything. I have pleaded with him to just wait until our youngest is out of High school in two years, he thinks that we can sell now and build another with no problem! Yeah right! We all know who has to do the cleaning and packing and moving! I donít even want to get out of bed, let alone sell my house and move! He promised not to put anymore pressure on me, but I know he wants to! I know that our home is too much for us to handle now with all our children grown and almost grown. With a Ĺ acre property (with animals) that we have to maintain and a 3000 sq ft to house to clean it takes some doing to get just the basic chores finished. Believe it or not it was much easier to take care of when I had 5 little ones and a chore chart! Now no one has the time or the inclination to pitch in with even the most basic of maintenance!

Tomorrow, an attorney for the Insurance Company is meeting with my youngest son and his friend in regards to the accident that claimed the life of my son Sean. There has been an ongoing investigation of why his SUV rolled and why the Fire department took an Hour to get there when protocol is arrival in 30 minutes or less (even in our rural area). Iím concerned for both boys; it was hard enough for them to experience the nightmare of a fatal accident where they tried everything to save their beloved brother and friend to no avail. Now they have to go over it again and again with inquisitive strangers. I pray that the Lord will shelter them, comfort them and give them peace.

Sandy and Sou,
I wanted to encourage you in your current swimming efforts. Itís something that you can do for yourself that has all around benefits-physically and mentally! I also wanted to let you know that if you had any questions on workouts or training we have been in the swimming business for over 12 years! We have a United States Swimming Team with aprox. 50 swimmers ages 5 years to college age. Itís the grass roots where kids can learn and train with the eventual goal of representing the US at the Olympics. We have a few who may make it someday to Olympic trials. We feel that everyone gains from their swimming experience, while not everyone is cut out to be an Olympian they gain valuable life skills in the process. Itís a lifetime sport. You swim when your young and you can pick it up again when youíre older! Itís definitely easier on the knees than running (which I try to do) we have to work when we get to the pool (my hubby is head coach and Iím the boss!) there isnít anytime for us to get in the pool. Some of our groups train twice a day 2 hours at a time with our beginners practicing 1-1/2 hours two times a week. Believe me our elite group (advanced) swimmers put in a lot yardage! Again, If you need any pointers or encouragement just ask! Iím here to help!

I thank you all for praying for those of us who canít always do it for ourselves.

We much love, Marci


shaner
1/17/2004 00:02

Hello dear Sharon, our prettybird, :-),
I'm so very happy that our love, support helps to sustain you, it's not difficult at all to do that, you're such a loving, supportive Mom yourself, dear one! That's too bad about your Counselling Session, but if you were advised against it because of their bias and cover-up, it may not have been very helpful to you anyway. Can you not go to one outside the Reservation, if it's possible? You know dear AngelMom that you always have our love and support here, and we'll always happily try to help you. You had a rough day also yesterday? You've just recently lost your Benji, so I'm amazed that you don't have more of them, God be with you, sometimes grief is like that on our Journey, three steps forward and then one back, we may 'rest' there for awhile, but then we slowly start to move forward again, in our own time and at our own pace. I understand what you mean, sometimes our grief is so very heavy and we don't realize in our pain that our other children need us so much too, you're there for your daughter now, and that's what's important. She's grieving for her brother too, and that's so sad to read that she had to drop out of one of her Law studies, it's understandable though how studying Tribal Laws would make her angry and in pain, hopefully further down the road, she'll once again resume them. She needs you right now too, and you're there for her with your love. Dear mother of Benji, you know you're part of our family here, we love you too, and are praying for much better times for you and your family, hopefully very soon you'll have a home of your own again, with your dear children, it's terrific to read that you have your own Mother there for you right now, supporting you too, keep leaning heavily on Our Lord, He loves you so much too, and you know you always have our support, understanding and love, my sister, thank you for the beautiful prayer you posted for all, and please post back on Monday, tell us how your weekend went.
Much love, prayers, Angel Hugs & Kisses,
Sandy


shaner
1/17/2004 00:55

Oh no, MyPearlie, I'm so sorry, I was certain for some reason ? that today was your daughter's birthday, I hope I didn't cause you any pain over that Posting. I have her correct day marked down now, and will definitely re-post then. You and your family are going to celebrate it this weekend together? I hope you have a good time, and if the tears come, just let them! Hey - our family celebrations, gatherings are surrounded by food too, ha, ha, so I know what you mean.
Hm, yes, there is a Medical term for it, can't remember it at the moment, I'll have to look at Shane's death certificate and let you know. Perhaps Juliet will read this and know what the correct Medical term is in the meantime. I remember you saying that you lost your daughter to a heart problem, but I didn't know that they couldn't determine the cause, did you have an Autopsy performed on her?
I hope you have a good time, as I said, these 'special days' are so hard, but I'm sure there will be many happy memories of your daughter shared also, and between the tears, they'll warm your heart,
Love & Angel Hugs,
Sandy


shaner
1/17/2004 00:59

Hi dear Marci, at least this time I didn't have to put out a 'call' to you, :) I'm really happy to see you posting, it's a little after 1am here, I'm very tired, so please forgive me and I'll post back to you in the morning, girl scout promise,
Much love & Angel Hugs,
Sandy


ALEXZNANGEL
1/17/2004 05:37

My son Alex was killed in an auto accident May 8, 2003. He was 20 years old and the 2nd oldest of 4. What a journey it has been since then. The first few months were spent just trying to make sure my family would make it through. In september, my oldest son who is in the Air Force was deployed to Iraq. That's when everything fell apart for me. I actually spent October in bed. My husband made me go to the Dr and little by little life got back to whatever normal is when you lose a child. Christmas was hard, we decided to go to Fla.(we live near Shreveport Louisiana) His birthday was Jan 2nd; another very hard day. I tried to focus on the celebration Alex was having in Heaven and how that was better than any party we could give him. Alex had the same girlfriend for almost 5 years. She was 14 when they started dating and she is so lost right now. Everyone knew they would marry one day and now she doesn't know what to do. Please keep her in your prayers. I lost my father 2 years ago, and i grieved for my childhood, my past. When I lost Alex; I lost a piece of my future. I thank God for bringing me through this and for blessing me with Alex for 20 years. I got to see a glimpse of the man he was to be. He loved the Lord so much! He wanted to be a Youth Minister after he finished college. I miss him! Thank you for listening and for all you do. Blessings. Susan


shaner
1/17/2004 10:58

Greetings to you dear Marci! Hmm, I awoke to the smell of fresh-brewed coffee, but not delivered to my bedside either, :-) I was sure I read that in our vows in fine print - j/k dear one, as hard as it is to face some days, and it IS hard as you so well know, we have to face them anyway, as much as I'd like myself to throw the covers over my head and say 'go away, world', :-) I get up anyway. But don't forget I'm further along than you are, so I do understand. I'm so sorry dear AngelMom that you're having a difficult time lately, Thursday must have been a very rough one for you, God bless you. It's so true what you say, it's "not something we go through, but something we live". We learn eventually how to incorporate it into our lives, very slowly, and learn how to live with it in a healthy way. There's nothing that saddens me more in this loss than to see a Mother or Father 'stuck' in their grief - and I don't mean newly bereaved, I know of some in my support group that are 6, 7 yrs. into their loss, and they haven't moved forward very much, even with professional help. Sad, huh?
Ouch, my sister, the mere thought of moving, leaving behind the memories of Sean Michael's 'stamp' in his home, your home, still being able to 'see' him everywhere in the home, and then having to pack up his belongings, (if you haven't already done so) would be so painful for you right now, it certainly doesn't sound as though you want to. I know myself, I could NOT have done that in my early grief. That's me though, I suppose if I HAD to do it, like our dear Selva did, I would have received the strength to get through it. It was extremely hard on Selva, she was not ready to leave her home that she shared with Solange, or give away/pack-up her personal belongings, but she was in a postiion of having to do it, she got through it, but it was very, very difficult on her. You do have a very large house, and land, it has to be difficult for you with all the upkeep. In black and white it makes perfect sense to downsize, it would be a lot easier on you especially in your down days, but I know your heart is telling you otherwise. Experts tell us not to make major decisions in the first year or so, because we're not able to think clearly and are reacting from the heart. That's all I'm going to say about it though, :-) it's a decision between you and your dear husband to arrive at, and perhaps you may soften to the idea if someone HELPS with the packing, cleaning, :-)
Oh gosh, what a very traumatic thing for the two boys to have to go through today, they'll both have to revisit that day in their minds and hearts, I agree in prayer with you for Our Lord to wrap His loving arms around them, give them the necessary strength to get through it, and experience His peace. I also pray you receive the answers that you rightly deserve! My prayers will be with you and your family today as you all go through this.
Thanks for the encouragement, Marci, my Dr. suggested it because it is easier on the joints, but still an aerobic activity. I was supposed to meet with a trainer last night at our YMCA, but had to cancel. WOW, bravo to you and your husband, I think that's really terrific what you both are doing for young people!! Thanks so much for the offer, OK, what would you recommend I start at given I'm middle-aged and haven't really swam in 7 yrs.? Splashing around and doing the dog paddle doesn't really count, does it, so I'm definitely a novice once again!
May Our Lord surround you with His Angels today,
Love & Angel Hugs,
Sandy



speedyni
1/17/2004 11:22

Hello to all the Angel moms & dads. Sorry I haven't posted in a while. Things have been tough since lossing Nick in July 2003. I have been pooring myself into my work and just trying to stay very busy I guess so I don't have to think so much about what happened. It was 6 months on Jan. 5th that Nick has gone to Heaven. Nobody called me or came by to see how I have been doing, I take that back Nick's friend came to see me but none of my family called or came by. To top it all off the young boy who was involved in the accident as well he was in the other car. Pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and reckless driving he got probation until he is 18 and lost his license until he is 18 and has to do 50 hours of community service and get his GED. "He will be 18 August 26th of this year." He got 8 months and Nick got death. I know I shouldn't be so bitter but I don't feel 8 months is long enough when my son is lieing in a cemetary. It is just one more thing I will have to get over and just realize Nick is in Heaven with Jesus and that he is living a much better life then I am. God bless all of you and my prayers go out to all of you.

Lots of hugs & prayers
Billie


shaner
1/17/2004 11:46

Hi dear Susan, a very warm, big welcome to the Circle. I am so sorry for your loss also. It hasn't been very long for you, no doubt you're still in a lot of pain and grief. Oh sweetie, on top of your grief for Alex, that had to be very difficult for you when your other son was deployed to Iraq. Thankfully you received the help you so needed, and were able to deal a little better with all of this. Yes, whatever normal is, when you're grieving the death of one of your children. It sounds as though the Holidays were very hard on you too, so many Moms here had a very difficult time with them, understandably. But you got through them, and Alex's 1st Birthday without him, God love you, sometimes we're a lot braver and courageous than we give ourselves credit for. Hm, gosh, that has to be so painful for his girlfriend, all their future plans now gone. He sounds like a wonderful young man, who is now shining in Heaven, but I know you'd rather have him back with you. A piece of your heart did go with Alex, just remember that love never dies, it's Eternal, and one day you'll see your beloved Alex again when it's your turn. Lean heavily on Our Lord, He knows your pain better than anyone, and He'll be your Rock during this oh so painful time, of course we'll pray for Alex's girlfriend, and you and your family, dear AngelMom, and post back whenever you feel like it,
Love, Prayers, & Angel Hugs,
Sandy


mrbird7777
1/17/2004 11:46

hello to my family

Please keep my uncle Pet in prayer, he is recovering in new york hospital. He will need rehab for a few week to get stronger and be able to return to his home here in FL.My aunt millie has been praying vigiletly for two week and is beliveing in a full recovery as I am also.Pet is a wonderful guy w/ children and grandchilren that love him dearly

Thank you Lord God
in advance for a full recovery

your servent
Angela's dad


beachmom45
1/17/2004 19:28

Dear Sandy
Hurrah on your new fitness adventure! The benefits are enormous! Lowered blood pressure improved muscle strength, cardiovascular, easy on the joints and weight control just to name a few. Swimming laps for an extended period can cause the body to release endorphins those hormones that produce a sense of well-being. Swimming can help you feel better; both physically and mentally!

Swimming laps can boost your cardiovascular fitness if done at a moderate intensity on a regular basis. To get this effect, you generally must swim for at least 20 minutes nonstop. If you are a new exerciser, though, you should start out gently and build up slowly to this goal.

Before getting into the pool you should stretch = warming up the muscles is crucial in preventing injury.

Basic Stretch 5 min. - side-lifts, ham stringsí shoulders etc. No jerky movements and donít forget to breathe!
Warm-up 5-10 min.- In the pool, begin with a few stretches, hold onto the side of the wall stretch arm over head hold for a count of 5 repeat on other side. While still on the wall you can do side leg lifts. Start with 10-15 lifts (whatever is comfortable at first) slow movements feel the resistance.
Workout 20 min.- In the beginning if you donít feel comfortable with swimming a lot of laps you can start by walking in chest-deep water while pulling with your arms. You can alternate walking a length of the pool with swimming. Just keep moving! You should gradually increase the duration, frequency or intensity of your workout.

Set goals and upgrade them to newer ones. I suggest writing everything out, especially in the beginning. If itís written your more likely to follow through with it!

If you feel like quitting-Use your self talk Öi.e. Instead of thinking of your workout as 20 minutes break it up into 5-10 minute segments. Tell yourself I know I can last for 5 more minutes, when you do remind yourself you can go another 5! I run for 30-40 minutes at a time. I use what I call the 5 finger prayerÖeach digit represents a family member, my husband is my thumb because heís closet to my heart, 1st finger is my first child, 2nd finger , 2nd child etc. You can pray for anyone. Just keep your mind busy.
If you think you want a more technical workout or just to educate yourself I recommend the following books - The Aquatic Handbook for Lifetime Fitness or Swim 30 Laps in 30 Days by Jane Katz Ed.D.
Hope this helps. If you have any questions please donít hesitate to ask.
Good Luck and keep us all posted on how youíre doing!
love Marci


beachmom45
1/17/2004 19:54

Sandy,
Everything went okay with the attorney (inquisition) today. She was a hour late so the waiting for her to get here was worse than the actual interveiw. It is so difficult to have to describe the whole incident in detail over and over again when all they want to do is to forget it all. I am proud of them.

Heavenly Father, we ask that you might bless those of us who grieve and mourn the loss of a loved one. We ask that you might comfort those who are too weak to cry out and give them strength. We ask that you might be with us and guide us through your will. I pray for Angelo's Uncle Pet that you will bless him with a speedy recovery, and give him the strength and perservance to heal. In your Son's name we pray, Amen

With Much Love to All, Marci


ALEXZNANGEL
1/18/2004 00:34

Hello AngelMoms. Sandy, thank you for all the kind words. You are so right, my Alex is reaping the rewards of his salvation and if I stood at the edge of Heaven and begged him to come back to earth, he wouldn't. Sometimes I picture him up in Heaven, sticking his tongue out at me saying Ha Ha Momma, I'm in Heaven. he was a very special boy as all of our angels are. I would like to ask for special prayers tonight. My 15 year old daughter lost one of her friends Friday morning. He committed suicide. He was bullied and teased and just couldn't take it anymore. He was an only child. Please keep the family in your prayers. God bless you all. Susan


shaner
1/18/2004 08:43

Hi dear AngelMom Billie, it's great to see a Post from you again, it's been a while! Ah, I know that's painful when those around us fail to acknowledge our loss, or our 'special days', I'm happy for you that at least Nick's friend dropped in and had a visit with you, that must have felt good. I'm sorry you don't have much support from family, so many don't have ongoing support, it's sad, they've moved on, but you haven't, it's only been 6 mos. for you. Perhaps it slipped their minds that it was the 6 month mark? You know you always have support here, but I know it's not the same as having it from those closest and around you.
Nobody would blame you for being bitter and angry over the sentencing of the young man, it doesn't seem fair to you when Nick is now gone, and he is still here receiving a light sentence, I don't know how it feels when our child's death is caused by another, I'd probably be very bitter and angry too.
I pray that in time, though, that you're able to give it all over to God, so that you have peace in your heart over it, please give us Nick's dates, birthday, Heaven 'birthday' and I'll mark it down so we can offer you support here, as we do all Moms & Dads who've suffered this loss.
My love, support, prayers are with you dear Billie, don't be a stranger around here, :-)
Love & Angel Hugs,
Sandy


shaner
1/18/2004 08:49

Hi dear AngelDad Angelo, hope you're doing a bit better yourself, I know the trial is coming up next month, and our love and prayers will be with you as you walk into the Courtroom on that day.
I'm sorry to hear about your Uncle pet being ill, of course we'll all pray for him, and his wife also, God bless them,
Keep pressing on, dear father of Angela,
Love, Prayers & Angel Hugs,
Sandy


shaner
1/18/2004 09:17

Hi dear Marci, thanks so much for taking the time to outline a Program for me, I really appreciate it, *Hug*, it seems like the perfect one for me to start, going slowly at first and then increasing it gradually. It never occurred to me to do 'warm-up' exercises, I was just going to jump in, :-) or to keep a Journal on my progress, so you've given me some valuable help! When I was speed-walking, I'd also get a release of those endorphins, it's a natural 'high' and definitely does make you feel better mentally. Now, according to my Dr., I'm just 'strolling', :-) Hey, great minds think alike, I used to spend my time praying while I was walking, so double the benefit! As soon as I'm finished typing here, I'm going to print out this page, so I'll have it to use as a guideline, again, thanks so much dear AngelMom!
It was more like an 'Inquisition' was it, no, I'm sure it didn't help that she was late, but I'm very happy that things went OK for the 2 boys, hopefully that's the last time they'll have to revisit that painful day. Thank you Lord for all answered prayers! I'll keep you updated on my progress dear Marci,
Much love & lots of {{Hugs}}
Sandy


shaner
1/18/2004 09:37

Hello dear AngelMom Susan, terrific to see you posting again, remember, this is your Circle too, and you post whenver you feel like it, we're all 'family' here! No, as much as our children love us, they'd never leave Heaven to return to earth, sometimes I'll sit in amazement looking at Shane's picture and say to him "I can't believe you're in Heaven right now, knowing complete Joy, before me". That's on a good day, though, :-)
Oh, how tragic, the poor boy, I know he's safely resting in God's arms right now, and his family must be in so much grief, of course we'll pray for his Parents, so sad, there seem's to be an epidemic of sorts out there, I hear of so many young people taking their lives, Shane's best friend committed suicide a year after Shane passed away, and it was THE hardest wake and Funeral to attend, other than our Shane's.
Love, Prayers and Angel Hugs, dear Susan,
Sandy


shaner
1/18/2004 10:07

An Up-date on our dear sister Selva

I spoke with our dear Selva last night on the phone, it was SO good to hear her voice, she's really having a rough time right now. They did an MRI on her, and discovered another fracture in her Pelvis, that's 3 now, a fracture in her tailbone, and a fracture of the 12th vertebrae. They're going to do some procedure on her either today or tomorrow, where they insert what I think is a tiny catheter, with a balloon at the end, with some sort of cement on it, for the fractured vertebrae. If they didn't do this Procedure, her Dr. told her she'd be in constant pain, so thankfully she's going ahead with it. She's in a great deal of pain, doesn't want to use the Morphine they're giving her, so her Dr. came in and told her to use it, she's just a little leary that she may become dependent on it, but her Dr.'s convinced her otherwise, so that was a Godsend. She doesn't like of course having to lay in bed all day, but that's the only way right now to heal her fractures, injuries, she's also very badly bruised, from the seatbelt, but thankfully she was wearing it, saved her from going through the windshield! They had to use the 'Jaws of Life' to cut her out of her car, that's how bad the accident was, she's hoping to be released from the hospital sometime this upcoming week, but will know more after this procedure is done.
Nancy, her dear sister, print's out all her e-mail for her, and she thanks everyone for their love, prayers, and send's her's to everyone, that's our Selva, always thinking of other's, :-) and she misses the Circle so much too, she said she's praying for all here, for those of you who may be new to the Circle, Selva is an AngelMom who lost her precious Solange in a car accident, her only child, it's of course been very difficult on her, but in her own pain she reaches out to everyone, and posts support for all, she is one terrific Lady, sister, and much loved.
If anyone wants to send a note of encouragement, etc., I know it'll touch her heart, :-) her addy is smene43737@aol.com
WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU OUR SISTER, AND YOU KNOW YOU'RE ALWAYS IN OUR PRAYERS,
Much love,
Sandy


LOVE2U
1/18/2004 21:06

Dear Selva, ~ We are storming heaven with prayer for you. Dottie Bell and the student that you sent the package to have requested your email address so that they can write to you. Cheryl is doing substitute teaching again, and said the student's homeroom teacher, a Mrs. Goff, had sent me an email requesting your address, but not being aware of her homeroom teacher's name, I probably showed up under unknown senders, so I may have deleted it. School is closed tomorrow, but I will send your email address to them by my daughter, Cheryl, when they return to school on Tuesday. Sandy, God bless her, has been faithfully keeping all of us updated on how you are doing. Please, my sister, follow doctor's orders so that you can heal properly. Do not rush to get out of the hospital. The doctors know what is best for you right now. Make sure you listen to Nancy, and give her a big hug from all of us here. Just knowing she is there for you is a blessing from above. Please know that you are in my thoughts 24/7, which places you in my heartfelt prayers.
Much love & Angel Hugs,
Verna


LOVE2U
1/18/2004 21:23

Dear Sandy, ~ Thank you so much for keeping us updated on our dear sister, Selva. I started answering your email earlier today, but got cut off from AOL three or four times, so I finally gave up ... Turned my computer off for the first time this year! Lol... And, that's something I very seldom do. Still having trouble with my old computer, but hope to get it checked out soon. I finally got caught up on reading back posts last night and during the wee hours this morning. I will try to submit a few short posts later tonight. Hopefully, the break has helped the wrist to heal. Thanks again for the update on Selva.
Love & Angel Hugs,
Miss V. :)


speedyni
1/18/2004 21:24

Selva,
I am storming heaven with prayers for you. I am sorry to hear that you were in a accident. I hope you will get well soon.
Lots of hugs & prayers
Billie


speedyni
1/18/2004 21:28

Sandy
Thank you for your caring words. I know I have to realize that my family has moved on and that their pain isn't as great as mine. But they at least could call every once in a while. Nicholas went to heaven on July 5, 2003 and his birthday is Feb, 10th. My b-day is coming up on Thursday, I don't know what I will do it, is just another day to me. I will try to post more.
Lots of prayers and hugs,
Billie


LOVE2U
1/18/2004 21:35

Dear Angel Moms/Dads, ~ Thanks to all of you for your prayers and for reaching out to others, even as you grieve. God bless you one and all, and I pray that God will give each of you moments of peace as you continue on your journey. Always rest assured that I pray daily for each of you; even when I cannot post. May our Lord and Savior bless you and your angels, and keep you in His love & care.
Love & Angel Hugs,
Verna

 
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