Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Won't You Come Out and Play?

Sometimes I wonder how often I can tell you we have no passport before you just want to run away and hide. Like seriously...she's talking about the passport AGAIN! Blech!

I'm hoping you can help me pass the time by delurking on ye olde blog. If you are a regular reader, an occasional reader or you've just stumbled upon our adventure by some unfortunate mishap, PLEASE give me a shout out in the comments section.

Seriously people...I'm getting desperate here! Pretty, pretty please? I promise it won't hurt a bit.

28 comments:

Nelson Family said...

Hey Stephanie,
I read your blog and I was so feeling this way about my blog last night. In fact, I almost deleted the thing last night. Then a friend called me today and told me she had read my blog. Well then post a comment if you read it, how hard is it!! :) I hope to see you tomorrow morning, I like when you are with us.
still praying.
Ange

Lena Wright said...

I'm here, I'm here! I keep up with you more on facebook these days. Not so much time for blogging....but I'm here and I'm praying...

Michelle said...

always here :)

blessedfamily said...

You know I am here! :)! Forever and ever!

Blessings!
JG

Ruth said...

I dont know you but am praying for all the families out there who are trying to bring their Haitian children home! My heart aches....

hnracademy said...

I stumbled across your blog some time back. I enjoy reading it. Don't worry about how often you post about the passport. It is the next piece of the puzzle and you NEED that piece. Posting about it helps us to know how to pray.

You keep posting, and I will keep praying!

Stephanie said...

I'm here! Love ya!

The Gang's Momma! said...

Here! I'm here! Don't apologize for the commentary on the delays - it hits us all at one point or another. Keep hanging in there, we're praying with you :)

Joy and Geoff said...

Hi there - still following along! I've been getting to know what waiting feels like, and I think it's even harder when there is a specific and imminent thing you are waiting for.

Annie said...

Well....I'm here, of course, and I know how you feel. I remember when we were "expecting" Sergei and I'd see people groan inwardly as they felt compelled by courtesy to ask how it "was going", and then their eyes glaze over as I answered......

Laura said...

I happened to come across your blog a month or so ago. My husband and I are adopting 2 little ones from Ghana that live at the other orphanage, not Eban House, but I have seen pictures and video of your little girl and am hoping for good news for you soon. We are waiting for a court date. I think every step of the way is hard to wait! Best wishes!

Laura

Michelle said...

I am adopting from Beacon House and travel for court next wednesday...i have been reading your blog since you travelled and praying for M's passport for quite sometime!

Amanda said...

I'm here! Like Lena, I'm more on facebook at this point, but I'm keepin' up with you, sister! Praying Mercy home SOOOOOON!! We KNOW God can do it.

Greg's Wife said...

I love you, Stephanie! I often wake up praying for Mercy throughout the night and early in the morning. She is coming. Soon!

Sarah & Crew said...

Hey Steph! Sarah here in your home state :) I'm still stopping by, reading and praying for you!

I believe that God has HUGE, BIG and BOLD plans for your Mercy. The devil is fighting mighty hard to keep her there. But he won't win.

God will.

((((Hugs))))
Sarah C.

Bill and Christina said...

Love ya girl! I too am always thinking about your passport and your daughter being in your arms! Praying that we will be rejoicing oh so very soon!

Christina

Kristy Joel said...

Hello
I read your blog often and look for updates. We are in the process of adopting. We have had one set back after another. We started our adoption in November of 08 and are still not done. I have a blog I don't update much as there is not a lot to say. I have been praying for you and hope to hear of passport news soon.
Kristy

Heather Brandt said...

I follow your blog.

Heather
www.russianblessings.wordpress.com

Dana, Chase, Aidan, Paige and Caleb Newsom said...

I have been following your blog closely. We are in the process of adopting two little girls from Ghana. Edward happens to be our in-country coordinator as well. I have been praying for Mercy's passport!

The Last Crusade said...

Hi,
Don't know you but I've been keeping up with your blog for awhile! (We are also adopting from Ghana.) I have been praying for your family. I know it is killing you having to wait to bring your girl home! Hoping the ever-elusive passport will come soon!

Hannah said...

My sister just got her daughter home from Haiti on Monday. I am praying for you and all the other families still waiting.

denie heppner said...

hi. blessings.

Sean and Lisa said...

Hey friend,
You know I'm here and always praying!!!

I can guarantee when I hear news that you are on that plane they will be hearing me praising God from up here on the mountain!!!!

Much love and hugs!

We are Grateful!!! said...

I am here...and praying Mercy home.
:) Tami

Tanya said...

praying for sweet Mercy!

Erin said...

Hey this is Erin formerly of Adoption Hope and Faith....I have been lurking forever sorry i don't comment-internet connection is sketchy at best...praying my heart out for your family and miss Mercy and for little Anchise...sending you Canadian huggs!

Ruth said...

hi it's my first time to tour blog :o)
Mercy is gorgeous!

Ruth said...

your