Monthly Archives: August 2010

A Successful Search

Follow this link to read about a teenage girl adopted from China as an infant, who has recently been able to discover and meet her Chinese birth family. I know it happens…. It’s hard to imagine…. Will we ever search?….. … Continue reading

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A Discovery

Liliana has a story – a personal story about her beginnings that is very unlike most of her American peers.  I want to protect her privacy and make what she shares of her story up to her as she grows.  … Continue reading

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Photo Update

Sorry it’s been a while since I posted new photos.  We’re still enjoying summer and especially liking being home right now.

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“First Person Plural”

I was flipping through channels on the TV last night and discovered a documentary on PBS made by a Korean adoptee, Deann.  The film is titled First Person Plural and you can see the trailer and maybe even the whole … Continue reading

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Sibling Find

I recently heard of a yahoo group called “Guangdong Sibling Find” and joined it.  (For those of you unfamiliar with China’s geography, Guangdong is the province where Liliana was from.)  I was approved yesterday and submitted Liliana’s photos and finding … Continue reading

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A Burning

I am being drawn more and more to orphans, particularly those in China.  I don’t know if the Lord is guiding or preparing me for something, or if it’s just a natural longing because of what we’ve seen and where … Continue reading

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