The greatest experience, the one which shakes a soul with hopes and fears, the results of which are never ending, and incidentally, the one which pays the biggest dividends, is to be found in the adoption of children.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Back Home Again In Indiana

Well our time with Nola flew by much too fast! And saying goodbye was no easier this time than it was the first time. We had such a wonderful time in Guatemala I hated to see it end. We left knowing how difficult waiting for news of our birth mother's location will be and the anticipation of that news will be ever present. We're praying the wait won't be too long, but there is no way to know.
Here are a few more pictures of our trip.........

Our foster mother Ingrid with her son Javier

"What's a girl gotta do to get some sleep around here?"

Love that smile!!!!!

Praying that God will take control of our situation. Asking that He guides our birth mother to the people who will assist her in completing the interview needed to fulfill the requirements of PGN.....Amen.


Sandy said...

Oh, I just love that last picture! Her dress is so pretty and her smile priceless! Glad you had a good visit. Praying the BM is found soon....

Eric and Michelle said...

She is so precious! I keep you in my prayers.

Eric and Michelle said...


Thanks for leaving a comment. So good to hear from you. I have really been praying for your situation. Thanks for the encouragement with the new business venture. I am really excited about it...and somewhat nervous all in one. Let me know if you want to look into some amazing skin care. MK is not all about makeup. :)

Blessings sweet lady!

Hannah said...

Hi, I just stumbled across your blog. I am from Indiana also. We brought home our daughter in March after a year and a half! Your daughter is adorable. I hope you are able to get out of PGN quickly.

Our daughters look very similar, we are lucky moms!!


Ferrick said...

Praying with you Pam. Nola is beautiful and I am so happy for you that you had that time. Blessings, Susie

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