Ian Corrigan's guided Two Powers meditation! Modified a bit, it can be a thanking prayer for night-time rituals, or even done twice daily, at morning and night.
I come here, on the earth and under the sky, to call the day to being.
I stand before my mothers and fathers,
before the spirits of land and place,
before the Gods and Goddesses,
to call the day to being.
Max, Hattie, George, Opal,
Herman and Anna,
Lena, my namesake,
and all my beloved dead,
watch over me and mine on this day.
oak, maple, garden-fruits,
rabbit, robin, house spirits,
and all the spirits of this land,
be friendly to me and mine on this day.
Nerthus and Manannán,
Brigid and Frige,
and all the honored Gods and Goddesses,
give freely of your blessings to me and mine on this day.
With reverence, I give these gifts
To my ancestors, the beloved dead,
to the spirits of this land and place,
to the Gods and Goddesses I honor,
as I call the day to being.
Let the day begin!
1) I use the name the Otoe Native American tribe gave to the local river as Her name. I struggled with this for a long time - whether it would be more disrespectful to continue to call Her by the name European conquerors had given Her, or to use the name She had been called for years and years though I have no affiliation with the Otoe tribe. I chose to use Her Otoe name, though I know it's not a choice everyone would make in this circumstance.