Saturday, February 28, 2009

Yard Sale Booty


We had a yard sale today to help get some more funds for the adoption. We got rained out by 11:00AM. We didn’t have much to sell because we don’t buy many things we don’t need and even if we think we would like to have something we have to really watch what we bring into the house because it is small and can become cluttered in a hurry. Well it still gets cluttered but at least we can walk around if we watch what we bring into the house. We still managed to make $100.00 at the yard sale and….


Our friend Cheryl D. and her husband, James, dropped off a donation and a gift bag filled with enough drugs that we may be stopped at the airport. If we get stopped I am going to squeal that Lori is the drug mule, not me. Cheryl and James's daughter Monica is going on a mission trip to China soon, here is her blog address. www.kaijinsbigsis.blogspot.com

Oh yeah, notice the do it yourself Last Will and Testament. Just want to make sure that if something was to happen while we were in China or on the way back Brandon’s and Norah’s Grandparents don’t have to fight the court system for custody of the kids.Kitty gives Norah's carseat two thumbs up (if he had thumbs that is).




We also got a letter from our friends Jeff & Alissa. In the letter they signed off with two words that have stuck with me for the last couple of days, those two simple words were.
"Expect Blessings".

Norah is truly a blessing, not only to us, but she is a blessing to this world. There is no telling how many lives she has touched and will touch in her time on earth.



I LOVE SPIRNG!





3 comments:

Cheryl D. said...

I LOVE the car seat picture :-)Take two of those peptos EVERY day and it will help keep you from getting the traveling tummy bug...

amy said...

sorry we wont be travelling together but look forward to your first family picture with Norah

Cheryl D. said...

Keep us in your prayers for Monica's trip...I wish y'all were all going together! SHOES is still raising funds for their trip, but as you know, that goes on until you get on the plane! Blessings to you and Lori for a safe trip...