We’ve been working hard through our home study process lately and I wanted to share with you a little update on everything! This week is also an exciting week for us as we prepare from a really great fundraiser! Check out all the details.
In August, we traveled to Africa. We spent a week in Rwanda to visit Best Family followed by a week in Kenya for a much-needed respite from our crazy lives. It was wonderful to spend time together.
For our home study, we have about 12 bajillion pages of docs to fill out, get notarized, and upload. We started out demolishing those things and checked off a ton of items in the first week or 2.
Yesterday I posted Part 1 of my Haiti Trip. Today’s part 2 post is all about the “downright crazy” part of my trip which was the day I came home. So without further ado, here’s the epic tale…
Last week, I traveled to Haiti for my job as Project Manager with World Orphans. I’ve done a good bit of traveling in my life, but I’ll admit I was a wee bit nervous about this trip, but not why you’d think.
The first official blog of our adoption journey! Here we’ll post updates, status reports, prayer requests, and other things related to our adoption. Some blogs are about our adoption, some about our other orphan care efforts.
We went over to the AMG headquarters and began our marathon of meetings. We covered all sorts of topics and questions, and had some great discussion about the logistics of ministry. I am so enjoying getting to know our partners here.
Today was a fun day! It’s really the only day on our itinerary where we get to spend the majority of the day interacting with kids. This morning we went to the AMG school in zone 7, and the band put on a concert for the 4th-6th graders.
I recently read an article stating that a Gallup poll had been conducted to discover the world’s happiest (and saddest) countries. You might be surprised to learn that Guatemala actually ranked 4th in the world for happiest people!
Hey everyone! For those of you who followed my blog while I was gone to Rwanda, you probably noticed that there was not a post the last few days we were there. Our days looked very different after the majority of the team left.