Tuesday, February 17, 2009

So Many Things

The fires here have taken up alot of my thought space. I posted over on my Xanga about them. It was emotionally too hard to transport the posts here. It truly hurt my heart to write them out the first time, let alone copy and past here.

I found Adam's birth-father on FaceBook. That has knocked us for six (Aussie term, it realtes to cricket) and we are still processing that, and trying to decide what to do with that new information.

The kids and I survived the holidays, and they are now settling in very well at school.

Adam and I start Bible College very soon. Our church has been approved to teach Hillsong Leadership College's external courses. I am very, very excited.

My birthday is in 11 days. I will be Very-Nearly-Old... which means 29.

My husband brought me a kitten, and his name is Archie.

It's raining a whole bunch here.

Bethany has started ballet and she adores it. Troy is starting tennis next week. Drew will start swimming as soon as we organise it, and I buy him some new bathers. AMy is too wee to start ballet, but will in July, after she turns 3.

Eli is stil adorable.

I'm going on a date with The Hubsand tomorrow. I couldn't be more giddy. There may be a new outfit involved.

Tomorrow, I will post the outcomes of my meeting with the plastic surgeon, and my decissions regarding surgery. It was more difficult to decide than I thought.

One day, I'm going to spill my guts here and shock whoever happens upon it. Perhaps I should do it now while not many people know about it and can't hate me.

1 comment:

Emily said...

Hey girl. Thanks for your comment! I went ahead and deleted it so no one else would know your not-so-public knowledge. ;) Matt's asleep, but I'll ask him what he thinks tomorrow. Really though, my advice as the wife of an adopted man is just to follow his lead. It's his dad, his decision, his journey. I'd just be supportive and go with what he thinks. Which I'm pretty sure you said you'd do anyway. Pray about it. :)

Sorry I'm worthless! We haven't been there, so I'm really not sure what we'd do! And it's food for thought when it comes to adoption, too!