Why Helping Others is More About Faith than Finances

As many of you are aware, Haiti is the birthplace of our adopted son, Comerson. As a result, this fifth-world country has captured a piece of our heart. But quite honestly, the bond goes much deeper. The people here are much like you and me.       They love family and friends and go…

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What Are You Scraping Off?

I wonder if America could change if we started to live this way.

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Life’s Little Unexpectancies

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…

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Love this thought

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…

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Shhh!

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.…

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#Chikungunya Gotcha?

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  

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