It’s Friday and we’re getting ready for Dimples’ visit. Dimples and her counselor should arrive just before dinner, as long as the weather stays nice. Snow on the roads makes all the difference. My plan for today is a little homeschooling, a lot of grocery shopping, and a little cleaning tossed into the mix. And prayer – lots of prayer.
Today is also Hannah’s birthday; I wish we could celebrate with her. She is exactly where the Lord has called her to be, but I sure do miss her. Today, she will make her patients’ lives better, and that helps me bear the distance.
Last week I read something that I loved so much, I need to share it with all of you. Please take a moment to read this post from Tona Ottinger – it is filled with grace and love.
A week from Saturday, March 15th, is the Spokane Orphan Summit. There are some great speakers including Deborah Gray and Johnston Moore; you don’t want to miss them. I’ll be giving two workshops. Together with my friend, Jodie Howerton, I’ll be speaking about adopting and parenting kids who are living with HIV. The second is about keeping faith and holding on through your adoption/fostercare journey.
If you live anywhere near Spokane, WA, come join us for a great day of encouragement!
Have a great weekend, friends. I’ll be sure to get some pictures of my crew to share next week.
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