Monthly Archives: February 2013

Reflection

I am not even sure where to begin this post.  So many emotions come racing through my head as I reflect on my recent trip to Honduras and meeting our new daughters. Meeting Day I fought back tears through the flights there and as I stepped off the airplane. Thankfully, entering customs and getting my bag went quickly.  I was… Read more →

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Inspiration from family & friends

We all have those people in our lives, you know the ones that do something inspirational that hits home with you. For some it’s a childhood hero like superman, batman, etc or an athlete. Well for us, we have had a few people that truly inspired us to think outside the box.  I want to talk about one of them… Read more →

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More Than Words Can Say

I landed in San Pedro a little before 1:00 today and got the best surprise ever! I thought that the girls would be at Allison’s house and I would have to wait to meet them, but as I walked out of the baggage claim area, there they stood! Three absolutely precious, beautiful girls! Our new daughters! Today has been a… Read more →

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Meeting day

Tomorrow is a big day for our growing family. I will land in Honduras around noon and meet our 3 sweet girls for the first time (besides a few moments with Nahomy in the orphanage). To say that I am excited is an understatement. However, with that excitement comes a host of other feelings. I am thankful to be able… Read more →

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Trust

Who do you trust?

We’ve had so many people asking us a ton of questions lately.  Some of the questions we have thought about already and frankly some catch us off guard.  You see, we didn’t do a massive pros & cons list on this decision.  In fact, for those of you that know me best – it never even made it to a… Read more →

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Vision

Let’s dream a bit :)

Several people that have read our story are wondering about the vision of the ministry we are going to be serving under (Eternal Family Project).  Frankly, they want to know what we are “really” doing once we get to Honduras. I see the look in people’s eyes, it’s not clear.  Which makes sense because well, we haven’t talked about it… Read more →

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