Monthly Archives: June 2012

What I See

This year the first of my babies received a diploma. When I look at her, I see so much more than a high school graduate. Advertisements

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Roller-coaster Week

This has been a week full of emotion. Rachel is preparing to graduate, dead-ends with team mates/employees, sudden adoption court date for H, and the loss of K and M.

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We’re Traveling…Again

We’ve had some changes in leadership in our adoption agency and communication hasn’t been great. (Ok, actually, it has been really bad.) Last week we found out that our case was submitted to court. We were waiting to receive a … Continue reading

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Children’s Day

June 1st is Children’s Day here in China. Parents and grandparents buy toys, go the park (the kind with rides and games you might find at a fair or midway), buy balloons, and generally just spend the day, not to … Continue reading

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He Made You Beautiful

It started out as practice to help a teenager with her graduation project/test for Cosmetology school.  What it became was 3 practice sessions(at the school with the teacher observing and offering critique), 1 test session, and1 dress up/photo/modeling session (which … Continue reading

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