Our journey through the world and countries of adoption.
WAITING FOR NOODLE
Saturday, January 9, 2010
At long Last PIE VIDEO!
While the Pie Challenge funds are continuing to be distributed I figured I really really need to stop procrastinating on this video. However I really was just at a loss of how to convert the DVD video that was shot of my PIE in my face to video able to be used withing a video. (does that make sense?) Then.... wooohoo I got a wonderful email form my cousin! " I see you have been having technical issues with your video. I just got a new video program " So tonight we sat and created the long awaited PIE Challenge video from the PAP's. I big hooot and thanks out to Kevin for putting this together. And again many many thanks to all the PAPs that donated to the Pie challenge. And last but not least to Sergey for the exclusive video of the kids with Torte, Suzanne for The awesome pics in front of the Golden Gate Bridge, Kimberly and Syd for their great pics and hilarious funny faces, Lisa for bundling up and heading to the banks of the Mississippi River, my niece Theresa, and nephews Paul and Noah for their awesome commentary and for hittin me in the face with our PIE. Thank you to everyone who is distributing the gifts for the folks in Central Asia. You are all amazing!
One Hundred Years from now (excerpt from "Within My Power" by Forest Witcraft) One Hundred Years from now It will not matter what kind of car I drove, What kind of house I lived in, how much money was in my bank account nor what my clothes looked like. But the world may be a better place because I was important in the life of a child.
I am 41 years young. For the last 20 years I have been a registered nurse working in pediatric critical care. I have many many many children but up until 2010 none of my own, or none of my own that are not the four footed furry, feathered,or scaled kind of children. I have collected quite a menagerie of critters on my farm in south central PA. I have two nephews and a niece who are waiting most impatiently for us to bring home our first (now second)human baby. For many years I thought I would adopt internationally. Hopefully soon this dream will come true.