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.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Look What I Did!

This blogging thing is just so fun! I can't believe I can change things like the complete look of the blog and it's so easy!!! Just in case you're wondering, the Gordon Mote video is at the bottom of the blog. It gives me easy access when I need an instant pick-me-up.
We have no news on Nola. The agency is going to stop accepting my calls I'm afraid and blocking my e-mails unless something happens quickly. I'm running out of patience and I've held back nothing in an effort to let them know. Friday will be four weeks since Nola was taken and we basically know nothing more than where she is. No one has been able to see her and no one even tried until yesterday. That's not acceptable in my book. Can you feel the steam coming out of my ears? I'm praying we have some news to share soon!
Anna had her first baby shower Saturday. Alison, Kelsey and Geri did a wonderful job throwing the shindig. It was lots of fun and we are now at seven weeks and counting down to Grannydom (I know it's not a word, but who cares.......not this Granny-to-be).
I'll post some pictures later.
Please continue to pray for all the children caught in this mess of adoptions in Guatemala. The children and the families are the ones who are suffering. I'm praying God will touch the hearts of all of those who are in charge of making the decisions that will have lifelong affects on these children.


Joanna said...

I love your new blog design, and want you to know that I think of you and Nora daily. You deserve answers, so don't ever feel guilty about that. Nora is your daughter, and I don't blame you one bit.

Much Love,

Guatmama said...

New blog looks great - you look good in pink. Continuing my prayers for your situation and for answers. I am disappointed in our agency right along with you.

The gFamily said...

Have I told you yet that I think you are incredible?!! You are!!! You are fighting for Nola just like you should! It is NOT acceptable that no one has been to check on precious Nola! You should be getting weekly updates on how she is doing! There are not many cases left, so there should be LOTS of time to fight for the babies left to come home! Okay, I am done venting! I am praying daily for sweet Nola for God to protect her and bring her home son!

Big hugs to you!

The gFamily said...

Oh, I love the new blog look! SO pretty!

Jennifer and Craig said...

I would be blowing my top, Pam. Keep doing what you're doing. We're still praying and think of you often.

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