today may be a day when you need a bit of cheer. You have a long day ahead of you, or you are going in for a procedure, or you simply haven’t felt well for a while. No worries, because First Aid is on its way for you.
Guess what? Mr Thornton is visiting, with fruit and a book to while away your time, and John Porter is bringing you flowers.
You are in good hands, because Dr Track is there to look after you and reassure you.
And when it’s all over, he’ll whisper other things to you. (They are removable magnets.)
The thoughts and best wishes of your friends are with you, wherever you are, whatever happens. Tomorrow is another day. The RAPS is there to remind you, to cheer you, to make you smile. Sneak a secret glance when noone is looking, or just feel it in your pocket. It’s a talisman.
With love from your fellow well-wisher,
This shrine is already on its way to its destination – a surprise for the recipient, she doesn’t know it’s coming. It’s a mixed bag of chaRActers, but then again, they embody different traits – the deep care and love of Mr Thornton, the heroic protectiveness of John Porter, and the medical efficiency of Dr Track. Oh, not to mention the lovely mien of their cReAtor.
So let’s send some love and vibes of strength to anyone we know who might need it today.
And if you want to do me a favour, then give me your opinion on two things:
a) a reminder of yesterday’s call for nominations for a recipient of the Lucas North Shrine, and
b) on a shrining problem I have. Look at these darling little mint tins courtesy of Mimi. Their lid designs are so vibrant and funny. It seems like a shame to spray over them like I usually do. Should I keep them intact for future mini-RAPSes? Maybe it is a good idea to have non-RA related lids? Less suspicious? What do you think?