|That old Havdalah Candle is very special|
So I had him pick up a simple one from the local grocery shop. It's really nothing all that special and even more difficult to use since it needs a holder or to be held. We put it away not knowing when we'd need it, but relieved that we wouldn't have to think of getting one for at least a few months or even a year or so.
A few minutes after Havdalah, when I was already settled in the den working on the computer my husband called me back into the dining room to see something:
After the candle had cooled, and my husband was putting it away, he discovered that it had burnt through. So it was a good thing we already have a new one.