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2015
Bringer of Light newsletter






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JUST BY ACCIDENT

It was an early morning in late September, and the leaves were just beginning to change. I was at home and the kids were in school. Emily was a big girl in the 2nd grade and Luke was a little fellow just barely getting adjusted to being in school. I received a call from the school, and the lady on the phone identified herself as Luke's teacher. My heart dropped as my mind began to think of all the awful reasons that she could be calling. Had Luke hurt himself? Was he sick? Had he gotten in a fight? Then, she began to speak and told me that Luke had a 'little accident'. Again, my heart dropped. She then said that he had diarrhea and it was all over his pants. My heart was filled with happiness to know that the 'little accident' was only a little poop.

So I grabbed my car keys and drove over to the school. It was recess, so I looked for Luke through the fence before going in. There he was, standing by the brick wall, holding his little head down, looking at the sidewalk. He didn't even know that I was at the fence. But I did notice that his pants were darkened from the 'little accident'.

I walked onto the playground and then headed for the brick wall. I squatted down in front of Luke and said...."Hey sweetie, did you have a little accident?" Still holding his sad little head down, still looking at the sidewalk, not wanting to make eye contact, he shook his head from side to side and said..."No Momma." It was then that I realized how devastating this so-called 'little accident' was to him. I gently placed my hand on his soft little chin and slowly pulled his chin up until my eyes met with those big sad beautiful green eyes of his. I said: "I didn't think so, but I was at home alone thinking about you and wondering if you would like to come home so we could play together." His sad little mouth turned into a huge grin and he said..."Yes!". So I took his little hand as I stood up and we walked together to the car, both of us ignoring his soiled pants and the smell that accompanied them. I suggested that we roll down the windows to feel the wonderful September wind.

When we got home I said..."Hey, why don't you go take a bath and put on some play clothes so we can go out into the backyard and play." He immediately ran off to the bathroom. I stood outside the door listening. I could hear him undressing, and I could hear the bath water running. When I heard the water draining and heard the swoosh of the water as he climbed out of the tub, I tiptoed back to the kitchen, not making my presence known. Soon he walked out of the bathroom all dressed in his play clothes and sparkling clean. I took his hand again and said.... "Let's go play!" We headed out the back door. He ran to the swing underneath that beautiful oak tree. I pushed him high into the air as his giggles were captured in the welcoming Autumn wind. After that he headed to his favorite spot.... the sandbox under the huge oak tree. We both sat down in the sand with shovels and buckets and dug, and laughed, and played and played and played. As we sat there in that sandbox under the big oak tree, he reached over and put his little arms around my neck and said..."I love you momma." And just as I replied with "I love you too sweetie," an oak leaf tumbled down from that old oak tree and settled between us in that sandbox.

From that day on every time I saw an autumn leaf falling gently to the ground, this wonderful memory was resurrected. As the years passed this memory was recalled every Autumn as the leaves turned and floated one by one to the awaiting ground. This memory was always followed by a few tears because my little boy was growing up, and I knew that someday those hours in the sandbox would be a distant memory.

The echo of his laughter, the innocence of his love, and the radiance of those big green eyes still resonate within my mind. It is a moment in time that will always be captured in that special place in my heart reserved only for him. Autumn still brings that fond distant memory, followed by tears, not tears because my little boy is growing up, but tears because my little boy grew up, and then he died. But those memories of that September day did not die with him, and they will forever hold the honor of being one of my grandest days with my son, all because of a 'little accident'.

Someday soon on a glorious September in Heaven I will take his hand under a huge oak tree, he will put his arms around my neck and tell me that he loves me as another Autumn leaf falls. But this time it will be much more than a fond distant memory because in Heaven memories become reality again.......and not 'just by accident'.

© 2011 Christine Ross
~ in memory of Lucas Christopher Ross 1979 - 2001




IN MEMORY OF
Lucas Christopher Ross "Luke"
21
October 31, 1979 - April 3, 2001
Acute Bronchopneumonia



SEPTEMBER STAY

September winds
Blow in a song
Of summer days
Now come and gone

The sunshine brought
Memories of you
Fall remembers
Those days too few

A chilling wind
releases thoughts
of when you left
And all was lost

A falling leaf
drifts through the sky
As if to say
A long goodbye

A bright blue sky
reminds me that
You're far away
Not coming back

An autumn sun
That warms my face
While telling me
that you are safe

September nights
bring shining stars
And let me know
just where you are

Oh September.....
Please stay awhile
Bring me closer
.....To my child


© 2015 - Christine Ross
~ in memory of Lucas Christopher Ross 1979 - 2001

Find and be found to discover your.....
BRINGER OF LIGHT.
The name LUCAS means Bringer of Light







WAKE ME UP WHEN SEPTEMBER ENDS

Summer has come and passed
the innocent can never last
Wake me up when september ends

Like my fathers come to pass
seven years has gone so fast
Wake me up when September ends

Here comes the rain again
falling from the stars
drenched in my pain again
becoming who we are

As my memory rests
but never forgets what I lost
Wake me up when September ends

Summer has come and passed
the innocent can never last
Wake me up when September ends

Ring out the bells again
like we did when spring began
Wake me up when September ends

Here comes the rain again
falling from the stars
drenched in my pain again
becoming who we are

As my memory rests
but never forgets what I lost
Wake me up when September ends

Summer has come and passed
the innocent can never last
wake me up when September ends

Like my father's come to pass
twenty years has gone so fast
wake me up when September ends
wake me up when September ends
wake me up when September ends

~ as performed by Green Day





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ANNIVERSARY AND BIRTHDAY
DEDICATIONS


IN MEMORY OF
Adam Jarod DeLong
18
3/10/76 - 9/2/94
auto accident


IN MEMORY OF
ANDREA ADRIAN WOLFE
27 YEARS
SEPTEMBER 14TH, 1973 - SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2001
911 ATTACKS


IN MEMORY OF
Amanda Taylor Smith
17
May 6, 1983 - September 21, 2000
Auto Accident
SUBMITTED BY
Teri Smith Anderson

Mandy,

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane,
I would walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again.
I will always love you.
Mom


Ashleigh Love
19
09 17 90 - 10 06 09


IN MEMORY OF
Brian Davis
20
Murder GSWH
09 24 78 - 01 22 99


IN MEMORY OF
Cara Lee Parks Buras
30
9/9/1976 - 10/30/2006
Accident


IN MEMORY OF
Chad Michael Roberts
22
September 22, 1980 - July 26, 2003
killed by a drunk driver


IN MEMORY OF
Charles Johnson
19
September 6, 1989 - January 3, 2009
Car accident


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher Charles Dinwiddie
25
July 14 1986 - September 18 2011


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher Morrison
19
dob 1-23-87 angel date 9-23-2006


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher David Romero
19
09/27/1991-01/29/2011
Car accident


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher Neil Thomas
16
09/12/89 - 11/19/05
Automobile accident


IN MEMORY OF
Colin Rivans Stephens 22
September 2, 1976 - March 29, 1999
Suicide


IN MEMORY OF
Corrina Jennell Parslow
18
01/15/87 -09/29/05
Car Accident


IN MEMORY OF
Dayna Ruth Roberts
19
9/12/90-12/24/09


IN MEMORY OF
Erika Rowan
16
Vehicle Accident
09 23 91 - 02 25 08


IN MEMORY OF
Dennis Christopher Tucker
26
06-11-60 09-16-86
Accidental



IN MEMORY OF
Dustin Marshall Rawls
25
Sept.2, 1982 - Sept 27, 2007
automobile accident


IN MEMORY OF
Giankarlo Squicimari 31
9/23/75 - 5/27/2007
Drowning in rip current


IN MEMORY OF
Jacob "Jake " Alexander-Lee Gagnon
5 yr's old
05/01/2003 - 09/25/2008
died from complications due to bowel blockage in surgery


IN MEMORY OF
Joey Marshall Whiteman
21 years, 360 days
9/8/80-9/3/02
Auto accident/pierced aoreta
SUBMITTED BY: Terrie (Joey's Mom, 1 year ago, before she joined Joey in Heaven)

My Dear Sweet Joey

It's been twelve long years, since you've been gone,
I guess I'll never know,
The reason that God took you, and that you had to go!

We miss you oh so very much
I can't begin to say
And when I think of reasons why
They melt in yesterday

I miss your love,
I miss your face,
Each day I say the same,
Why do I ask, when I just know
There is no one to blame.

They say what's meant to be will be,
I'll wait until that day
That I will see you my sweet love,
Again like yesterday.

Love You Always and Forever,
Mommy


IN MEMORY OF
Joseph Luke Kretsch
25
2-22-81 & 9-16-2006
hit by motorcycle as a pedestrian


IN MEMORY OF
Joshua Envil
26
01/20/81 - 09/27/07
shotgun to the heart


IN IN MEMORY OF
Joshua Eugene Hedglin
18
9/13/78~3/16/97
MURDER


IN MEMORY OF
Justin Lee Hocker
24
9/10/1981 - 06/25/2006
Murdered by Brother-In-Law during a divorce
while returning his son's to their Mother


IN IN MEMORY OF
Lisa Elaine Mewbourne
25
9/23/65 ~ 4/23/91
gunshot wound to head


IN MEMORY OF
Pamela SUE Fountain
21 years
sept 16 1986-Aug 11 2008
Drug Overdose


IN MEMORY OF
Paul John LaFaver
27yrs.
12/11/79-9/3/2007
carbon monoxide poisoning


IN MEMORY OF
Rachel
19
09-05


IN MEMORY OF
Robert "Robby" Rogers III
19
9/12/84 - 5/3/04
car accident/head injury


IN MEMORY OF
Samantha May Zima
09/20/1982- 05/28/1998
15 years old
Auto Accident











MEMORIAL QUOTES


IN MEMORY OF
Timothy D. Stratton
29
2-6-79-------12-7-08
acute pancreatitis
SUBMITTED BY: Karin Haley

In The Still of the Night

In the still of the night when you are alone
Unable to sleep when your mind starts to roam
The time to when this tragic act took place
Your heart seeks solace and a warm embrace
Remembering the last time you seen their face
You mind plays tricks and plays with your head
Triggering nightmares that you now dread
Where do you go and what do you do
You feel so lost and no one to help you
In the still of the night when your heart cries out
You lost your child you just want to scream and shout
But alas it's no use for who is to hear
The emptiness you have and all of the tears
Your faith and life leaves you wondering where to turn
Deep in your heart you know what you yearn
A life so precious and dear to thee
Is now gone for eternity

Author: Robert Walters Sr.


IN MEMORY OF
Robert Walton
1 day
Nov 10, 1963 - Nov 11, 1963, premature
SUBMITTED BY: JOAN TAYLOR

Death is a heartache that no one can heal.
Love is a memory that no one can steal.
~author unknown












LETTERS


IN MEMORY OF
Michael Schrimpscher
19
10/23/89-5/14/09
SUBMITTED BY: CINDY, MOM

My sweet, beautiful, Michael,

Where do I start? Everything here is so different without you, your strong arms when you would hug me, your laugh, your caring personality, your honor, courage. I think of you EVERY day, I will NEVER stop loving you and missing you. I want you to know, that I do feel you here with me, you have helped me so very much with your younger brother. I just ask you to help and you do, just like when you were in the physical world. I know you know how things are here, but I just wanted to write this to you.

I love you, Mom.












LIFE STORIES




IN MEMORY OF
Dustin Marshall Rawls
25
Sept.2, 1982 - Sept 27, 2007
automobile accident
Submitted by: Helen Wallace (Grandmother of Dustin Rawls, and Mother of Patti Rawls)

Sept 2 nd is here again to remind me that Dustin Marshall Rawls was born on that day in 1982 in Jasper, TX. That was such a happy day for all of us. He was such a cute baby and I think he was funny even then. Watching him grow up was such a pleasure, as a little fellow, about 4 years old, he played soccer. I use the word played very loosely as most of the time he would be on the field picking the little flowers that just grew wildly. He played Little League baseball, football and basketball and I still remember his little boy smell after sweating on the playing field. Then when he got to Junior High he continued playing whatever sport was in season. He liked the girls and the girls liked him and who wouldn’t like him as he was such a caring young man and very thoughtful of others. If there was only one of something left on a plate he would never take it but would leave it for the other person. Mainly his sister. He played sports all through school. He was such a sweet grandson, calling me with a disguised voice claiming to be a different person every time but I always knew it was him. Dustin had a very, very best friend who he loved as a brother. They were together all the time. When Dustin was killed in a car accident on Sept 27, 2007 Billy Ray was lost without him and grieved for him until Jan 6, 2015 when he died from an illness and joined Dustin in heaven. As sad as it was for his family I can only imagine how happy and surprised Patti and Dustin were to see him. Life goes on and we learn to live without our loved ones always having them in our hearts and never forgetting how much we love them.













POETRY


IN MEMORY OF
JANELLE "NELLY" TURNER
22
SEPTEMBER 16, 1987 TO AUGUST 23, 2010
RENAL FAILURE FROM KIDNEY INFECTION
SUBMITTED BY: ALICE TURNER/JANELLE "NELLY" TURNER

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANGEL

TODAY'S THE DAY THAT YOU WERE BORN
ON THAT SUNNY SEPTEMBER MORN.

WE JUST KNEW YOU WERE HERE TO STAY,
WE DIDN'T KNOW YOU'D GO AWAY

WE CELEBRATED MANY YEARS,
BUT NOT ENOUGH FOR ME I FEAR

I KNOW YOU DIDN'T HAVE A CHOICE
YOU LEFT US THEN YOU COULDN'T STAY
SO JUST REMEMBER ON THIS DAY
WE ALL GATHER JUST TO SAY
HOW WE MISS YOU EVERY DAY
ON OUR ANGEL'S SPECIAL DAY

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL ANGEL

BY: ALICE TURNER/JANELLE TURNER'S MOM













SIGNS


IN MEMORY OF
Daniel Scott Forrester
30
2/28/70 - 1/10/01
non-hodgkins lymphoma
SUBMITTED BY
Arlene (Dans Mom)

I always get little signs from Danny. Sometimes I'm out at garage sales and when I particularly miss Danny .... I notice there will be alot of Wizard of Oz items or Lion items and I just smile and say "Hey Danny". Madison Danielle ~ Danny's little namesake ... seems to have a special connection with her Uncle Danny, even though he died before she was born. She has "seen" him in their house. Madison (age 3) recently told her Mom that she went to Heaven when she was one. They were in the middle of dinner and Tara said..."You went to Heaven when you were born?" Madison answered, "NO, when I was one (as she held up one finger). And I saw Uncle Danny there and he said Are you Madison? and I said "yes, I'm Madison"....and Uncle Danny said to me "Hey Girl....and he took me and cut my hair and made me beautiful for you Mommy". Tara just sat there, taking this all in. I've heard it said that small children and animals have a connection to the spirit world. I believe that Madison has that closeness to her Uncle Danny and that he watches over her and all his nieces and nephews. Thumbs up Dan !!!















IN THEIR OWN WORDS

written or said by our children


IN MEMORY OF
Amanda "Mandy" Taylor Smith
17
May 6, 1983 - September 21, 2000
auto accident
SUBMITTED BY: Teri

"Smile and be happy. For what is life to live for without a smile."
~ Amanda "Mandy" Taylor Smith













SPECIAL MEMORIES


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher Michael Hodge
16
March 9, 1977 - March 3, 1994

Remember Him?

Remember him,
He was here almost 17 years?
Remember him,
Do you ever shed any tears?
Remember him,
He was a cousin, nephew, and friend?
Remember him,
When your day ends?
Remember him,
All the good times you had?
Remember him,
Are you still sad?
Remember him,
All the laughter he gave?
Remember him,
On a sunny day?
Remember him,
He was there for you?
Remember him,
I hope you do!

Remember us,
We're his Mom and Dad?
Remember us,
Could we still be sad?
Remember us,
We lived for our Son?
Remember us,
Where have you gone?
Remember us,
How we were there for you?
Remember us,
I hope you do!

Written By Elizabeth A. Hodge
June 2, 1996
In Loving Memory of Christopher Michael Hodge
Cherished and Beloved Son of Mike and Liz Hodge











DREAMS


IN MEMORY OF
Stephen Hasbrouck
29
July 17,1982-november14,2011
Cardiac arrest
SUBMITTED BY: Maryann Hasbrouck

I have had several dream visitations from Steve.But one of them stands out especially because he told me something in it ,that was verifyable later. Steve came to me early on and said mom you have to stop crying so much,I can't come here all the time to see you,I have things to do.then he said he was going to visit his friend whose name I won't use just initials He said I'm going to visit sk now .i said you can't go all the way to Pittsburgh to visit him alone.and he said in just the same wise cracking way he was when he was alive,
Mom I'm dead what can happen,I'm going to go see sk now.Ill be back. Sometime later we saw this friend he was a friend who sat by his bedside during the hospital at nights while Steve was dying and play music on his I pod for him.He is the only non family member who was invited to the funeral which was very small.And he did a eulogy.

When we saw sk I just said how are you doing ,have you been thinking about Steve. And he said maybe you'll think I'm crazy but I'll tell you anyway Steve comes to visit me in dreams ,and we just hang out like we used to he is the same old Steve,nothing different.it feels like he is really there in these dreams. That's when I told him Steve visited me in dreams and what he had said about visiting him.

To me this kind of reinforced that these visits are real and I wasn't crazy.Steve has not visited anyone else that I know of not even his father .but I know he will visit me again,when I need him.















FUNNY MEMORIES OF OUR CHILDREN


IN MEMORY OF
Michael Schrimpscher
19
10/23/89-5/14/09

The first funny thought that I have is when Michael was about 3 years old, I asked him to get my purse one day, and he wanted to know what it was, so I showed him. Another time, he heard me call it a pocketbook. Out of the blue, when we were getting ready to go to the store, I asked him if he would grab my pocketbook, and he said NO MOM, IT'S A POCKET PURSE!! That is something I never forgot!!















OUR CHILDREN'S ACHIEVEMENTS, TALENTS, HONORS, AWARDS, AND UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS


IN MEMORY OF
Joey Marshall Whiteman
21 years 360 days
09/08/80-09/03/02
auto accident, blunt force trauma
SUBMITTED BY: Joey's Mom

Joey was so talented in sports, I can't begin to say which was the better one. I'll tell you this, since Joey was left handed, he excelled in right and left hands and feet. He could bat left and right, catch left and right and when it came to soccer, that I guess was terrific. He has won so many games because of this, it was an advantage. When they were waiting for him to kick with his right foot, he got them with his left, right in the net!!!!!

It was a pleasure to watch him play everything, because he gave his whole heart to the game. He was written up in the newspaper a dozen times or more, We're so proud, even in the end, he gave with his heart. It was pierced in the auto accident and he bled out from his beautiful heart!















MEMORIALS

ROAD SIDE, HEADSTONE, URN, GARDEN, DISPLAY, PUBLICATION, BENCH, STATUE, PLAQUE, BRICK, SIGN, STONE, ROOM, SPORT, PLACE, WEB SITE, POEM, STORY, BALLOON.....


IN MEMORY OF
Joey Marshall Whiteman
21 years, 360 days
9/8/80-9/3/02
Auto accident/pierced aoreta
Terrie (Joey's Mom, in Heaven with her son)

HE NEVER SAID GOOD-BYE

IN ALL OF MY CHILDREN'S LIVES I NEVER TOLD THEM WHAT TO SAY WHEN THEY WERE LEAVING THE HOUSE. I WAS THINKING THIS MORNING WHY DIDN'T JOEY EVER SAY GOOD-BYE?

I ASKED MY OTHER SON, JON-MICHAEL WHY DIDN'T JOEY EVER SAY GOOD-BYE WHEN HE WOULD LEAVE. HIS ANSWER WAS, JOEY THOUGHT IT WAS TOO FINAL. WHEN HE'D TALK ON THE PHONE, OR SEE HIS FRIENDS OFF, HE'D SAY, "SEE YOU LATER" OR JUST PLAIN "LATER".

JOEY'S ANNIVERSARY WILL FALL ON SEPTEMBER THE THIRD. I WILL SEND UP A BALLOON THAT SAYS "JOEY, I'LL SEE YOU LATER, NEVER GOOD-BYE!!!!!!!!!!

LOVE MOMMY, FOREVER AND ALWAYS















QUESTION

8. How would you define the grief that is felt with the loss of a child?


IN MEMORY OF
Joey Marshall Whiteman
21 years, 360 days
9/8/80-9/3/02
Auto accident/pierced aoreta
Terrie (Joey's Mom, in Heaven with her son)

Dear Joey,

One day you'll look upon this life
Which we didn't want to have
The love we shared has gone away
It's turned from good to bad.

We had so many good times
So many laughs and fun
Why would I think that it would fade
And will be left as one

I won't remember bad times
Just good times and your love
Why would God had given us
Something that was so bad

Don't look in sorrow, and
Don't think that all was wrong
If it wasn't for what we had
Each other wouldn't belong

We're happy as we both will be
One day when God says when
Let's put behind us, all bad things
In heaven to love again.

With All My Love for your Birthday
And all these years without you here.

Love and Kisses, Mommy Always















BLESSINGS


IN MEMORY OF
Clinton Terry Milam
10 yrs 4 mos
April 7, 1993 - August 5, 2003
Vehicle Accident
SUBMITTED BY: Susan Milam

My husband and I were married in 1971. In 1976 we were blessed with our first child, Amy. In 1979 we were blessed with our second child, Melinda. Our little family was complete, so we thought. However, God had other plans. In the latter part of 1992 to my shock and dismay I found out I was expecting another child! By the time our little surprise package arrived on April 7, 1993, we had been married for 22 yrs., our daughters were 16 and 13 yrs old. As it turned out our blessing, Clint, was the joy of our life. He was sweet, happy, loving, silly, delightful, and loved beyond measure. Unfortunately, a little over 10 years later our greatest blessing became our greatest sorrow when Clint was killed in a tragic accident. Forever loved and forever missed....



READER COMMENTS


COMMENTS SINCE LAST MONTH'S NEWSLETTER


IN MEMORY OF
Christopher Ronald Faller
7-1/2 yrs
5/7/90 - 3/24/98
viral tumors after successful piggyback heart transplant
SUBMITTED BY: Maria, Christopher's Mommy

Dear Christine - Every month your newsletter moves me to tears, and this month's issue was no different. When i was reading what you wrote in the introduction to this month's newsletter, I felt that you could have been writing about me as well. I try and try to find happiness, but it is always just so fleeting. What keeps me going is knowing that some day we will all be reunited with our children who have gone too soon.

thank you so much,

Maria
Christopher's mommy forever


IN MEMORY OF
Adam R. Fiock
26
July 1, 1981 October 6, 2007
Self inflicted wound
SUBMITTED BY: Christine Adam's M♡M

(((((((((Christine )))))))))),

Your story could be word for word written by me. I am so sorry for the temporary loss of handsome Luke. You make me and others feel not so alone.This month's newsletter is so beautiful as always.

Thank you.🌹
May the Force be ........








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1. What do you think Heaven is like?

2. Based on your personal experience what would you say to someone that has just lost their child and what hope could you give them?

3. How long has your child been gone physically and how long does it seem like your child has been gone? Explain

4. Do you feel as if your child has been forgotten by some family members and friends? Explain

5. Do you think our children that have died miss us? Explain

6. How has the death of your child changed you?

7. If you could choose to relive any day that you spent with your child, what day would you choose and why?

8. How would you define the grief that is felt with the loss of a child?

9. How has your life changed between the day your child died and now?

10. Does your child communicate with you from the other side? Explain

11. Did you have a premonition of your child's death? Explain






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"VISIT WITH LUKE"

Last Entry in Luke's Journal:

"When there is love in my heart and a smile on my face,
I need nothing else." ~ Luke Ross

"MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU"