Tag Archives: adoption

Thankful

Take a few minutes (and maybe a tissue or two) and read the latest from Katie. I am so thankful, not the least that people like her walk this earth.

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More

If you have a few minutes, please peruse Katie’s┬áblog over at The Journey. She’s just your average 20-year-old who moves to Africa and adopts 14 children. On her own. I read things like this and I wonder how much more … Continue reading

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Because I was loved

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I was raised as a poor black kid

I’ve never liked The Jerk. There are some great moments, and I’d pretty much watch Steve Martin paint a closet, but on the whole it’s not a fave. Great moment, though, when he is told that he’s not a black … Continue reading

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Reading…and more on the adoption

We are, thanks everyone, going ahead with adoption plans. Like a good academe, I am researching my way through the whole thing. Maybe I’ll get a PhD out of it. HA. R and I are set on Ethiopia or Colombia … Continue reading

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