This story is surprisingly simple, so simple that I wonder if we have a difficult time believing it to be true. The King of Kings born in a manger, coming to save mankind.
We all have come across those unexpected roadblocks and detours, derailing our expected plans. We often view them as such a nuisance and inconvenience, zapping away our time. I mean seriously…we have places to go and people to see. We have an agenda. We want to get things done. It’s funny how we can place… Continue reading
Today someone asked me if our adopted son knew who Coby and I are. Like, does he know we are his parents? It’s always a question I struggle to answer. Yes, he does know who we are and we go by “mommi” and “poppi” when we are at his orphanage. But, in all honesty, I don’t… Continue reading
Shhh! This is a surprise for my husband. It is the first little shirt I bought for our to-be-adopted son. You see, I am 27 months pregnant and I haven’t bought a thing. There has been this hesitation inside me. When you are adopting from Haiti, as we are, there is this long, difficult wait.… Continue reading
Because he’s my amazing hubby…I’m including this story on the #chikungunya outbreak. Word of caution–wear your deet: http://www.myfoxaustin.com/story/25960318/states-first-case-of-chikungunya-confirmed-in-williamson-co
On Saturday, I returned from a missions trip to Haiti. I came back a bit beaten up this go around as my body is continuing to recover from the chikagunya virus, a mosquito transmitted virus. I can’t seem to quite shake it from my bloodstream. I’m on day 6–which should leave me shouting from the… Continue reading