It seems like we've had some rather blah kind of days lately. Kamron has been really sick the last few days. In typical man fashion, he has been acting like the world is ending. I am pretty sure that he has not gotten off of the couch since last Thursday and he finds some small way to remind me
But I digress. On a better note, I got the opportunity to share about our adoption and my feelings about Africa at church on Sunday. I'd kind of been dying for a chance to get to talk about it. We shared our story as part of a promotion for the Hope for Africa Children's Choir, who is performing at our church this Saturday. The choir raises money for African orphans through the United Methodist Conference. Our orphanage is also sponsored through the Methodist Church, so it was a perfect opportunity to tie our adoption story in with what we can all be doing to help children in Africa.
In other Terry news, Noah started his Mother's Day Out program this morning. He'll be there 2 half days a week. It was really weird being at home with no kids. I got some much needed organizing done. I got a grant written for a ministry program at church. I washed lots of clothes. It is insane the amount of work I can get done in 3 hours when no one is clinging to my leg for dear life. The productivity was great, but I really missed that little booger! I missed watching him do his morning routine of "shining" all his train cars with a baby wipe (a ritual that usually lasts at least 30 minutes). I missed watching reruns of Calliou with him. I keep reminding myself that he needs this program to help him with his socialization skills. Part of
Sadie is still loving school. She is making such great friends. She has gone on and on about how much she loves her friend Socorey. She is always talking about how nice he is. The other day, after 3 whole weeks of school, she finally made the connection that Socorey has brown skin like her new little brother will have. She thinks it is the coolest thing. She is going to love having another little brother!
And now that I am sure I've bored everyone to death with the mundane hum-drum of everyday life, I am going to jet outside in time to see the space shuttle zoom across the night sky. (Was that long enough for you, dad?!)