Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A Capricious Situation

Capricious: [kuh-prish-us] - adjective - characterized by, or subject to whim; impulsive and unpredictable

Isn't that just the perfect word to describe our situation! Well, by golly, today we are getting a totally new and improved story about the passport. This particular story doesn't involve the police (or corporate espionage...ha ha). Supposedly her passport was accidentally mixed in with a stack of passports going to another region and when they discovered they had it they were concerned that someone had been waiting for it.

Yeah...that would be me.

Anywho, supposedly someone will be bringing it back to Accra next week. It is about three hours away from where it needs to be so let's just hope it doesn't end up on Gilligan's Island after making it's "three hour tour".

To be continued...

11 comments:

mlg said...

At least that is something! Hopefully you will have good news soon!

Bill and Christina said...

Praise God they found it! I am so excited for your daughter to come home!

Lisa said...

Oh my gosh...I am laughing not at you but at the circumstances that have followed! You def need when Mercy is alot older sit down and so her all of these posts and how it took God to get her here!! Im stil praying for you..and so happy that they found it..

CG said...

I know this is probably way too logical, but can't they just print another one and destroy the original when it finally shows up? They should be able to do that in one day!

I'm sorry, Stephanie. I truly can't believe you're still dealing with this halfway through March! Praying she'll be home by Easter.

Sean and Lisa said...

AAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!! (That's me yelling! LOL!)

Craziness, pure craziness!

Praying for the passports safe journey back and no more craziness!

The Last Crusade said...

Some one should make a movie out of this. Of course, it would have to be a comedy. No one would ever believe it all actually happened to one person! This is unbelievable!!!

Kathy C. said...

They say truth is stranger than fiction...

Katy said...

Just had to come check your blog when word of good news appeared...you are so mysterious! =) Wierd...how did they come up with that other story about someone arrested for stealing it? Every day it is something new....but this sounds promising at least!! Come ON PASSPORT, make your way into the right hands..praying for God's protection over this document and for Mercy....bring her HOME already! I seriously do not know how you have survived this craziness.

whenpigsfly said...

Ah -HA!!! The old "mixed-up-with-other-papers-story!!" Second (maybe twenty-second) verse same as the first, only in Liberia with Daniel's docs. Praying that our precious children's documents all show up very soon. Times a WASTIN!!!
Linda

Kathy Eden said...

Good Golly Miss Molly! Can it get any stranger? :o)

JacciM said...

praying still, Stephanie :)