I will rejoice and be glad in it.
I just realized yesterday that this is the third time within a one year period that we have gone through the process of fostering. Now, I do not have the slightest understanding of what you ladies in the states go through...but I do know that the paperwork is mountainous for all of us. So today, after school lessons, voice lessons, art class and lunch, I will be putting together five files, full of legal documents. I still need to go pick up photos as well as a letter of recommendation from our local chairperson. And I must not forget to stop by the pharmacy to start Ethan on de-worming medication. Oh, and I nearly forgot, I need to go and see our social worker--to make sure she mentioned to the judge that we will be coming in for our hearing tomorrow. Thank God I have a couple ladies helping me around the house as well as preparing the guesthouse for the uncle, clan elder and orphange director.
Phew. I better go and start rejoicing!
The kids and I are just finishing lunch and I thought it would give God glory to add a little...
P.S.Like I said, lunch is nearly over and I was able to get all the errands done! Thanks to Eryn's art teacher and my friend who helps me around the house, I was able to zip around town to pick up the letter, medicine and photos--with Ethan smiling happily beside me! I even called my social worker and the judge is expecting us tomorrow. Now all I have to do is put together the gazzilion copies of documents into five seperate files. And keep praying that the uncle, clan leader and director all show up tonight--the guesthouse is clean!