Posted: December 24, 2012 in Architecture, Deserted, Details, Doors, Old Houses, Photography, Uncategorized
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Dykesville cropped door

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I send my holiday wishes to my blog friends, some of whom I know in person and others whom I’ve not met but know and like through your comments and posts. I salute you all!

This past Wednesday, my grandson was in an automobile accident.  There are many signs of improvement but he remains in critical condition. The doors are being sent out as daily votive candles, a sort of offering to the Universe.

  1. Sherry says:

    May each new door light the way to an inprovement and continual recovery for your grandson.

  2. marty says:

    So sorry about your grandson – your blog was from Monday, the accident last Wed. – he was in critical condition still on Monday; many prayers went out – is he any better?

  3. David says:

    May you and your family all find strength in gathering your support for your Grandson. All my best!

  4. Sending you the best of what I can offer under the circumstances to assist in your grandson’s speedy and full recovery – a silent message from me to him that he can do it.
    So sorry, Patricia.

  5. Barbara McClure-Lukens says:

    Luke is blessed to have your loving support and presence as he recovers. I send you prayers of hope for his strength and yours.

  6. Betsy (Thompson)Legg says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your whole family.

  7. I add my thoughts to your ‘door’ offerings – may he make a speedy recovery best wishes to you for 2013 🙂

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