Monthly Archives: September 2010

Praying

I’ve joined the 40/40 prayer vigil for spiritual revival and national renewal.   Many churches, organizations and individuals are joining together to pray for 40 days and then for 40 continuous hours.  The 40 days started last week, but it’s … Continue reading

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Adoption Statistics

Another blogger wrote a great post about adoption statistics.  She notes that WA state actually adopts more children internationally that most states in the US, which is interesting because it is the least-churched state.  She also talks about the church’s … Continue reading

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My Little American

A year ago today we left China and flew across the Pacific Ocean.  Exhausted and grumpy with immigration slowness, we landed in Seattle and our little girl became an American.  She was greeted by her family that waited anxiously along … Continue reading

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An Attachment Milestone?

Now that the triathlon is over, I’m finding I have more time on my hands, and less stress.  I’ve even made dinner a few times lately!  Keith has been doing a lot of the cooking – which he is very … Continue reading

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A Goal Accomplished

I did it!  I finished the Trek Triathlon this morning.  It feels so good to complete this goal – and even do better than I expected.  I placed 8th in my age group and had the fastest swim in my … Continue reading

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Trek Triathlon

Tomorrow is the morning.  I have butterflies already and am pretty sure I won’t sleep much tonight.  Tomorrow we get up much earlier than our norm in order to get to a park on the south side of Seattle by … Continue reading

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Protected: Forever Family Day and Video

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