Our second complete dossier is now on its way to Colombia. Once it arrives, it will be translated and then presented to the main people over our case. I called our attorney to let him know they were coming, and he said he would be in contact with our agency's lawyer, who will be the one to present the paperwork. So for the next week or two (hopefully not more), I guess we just live in limbo. I don't know what is worse--being so overloaded with complicated, tedious paperwork that you can't think straight, or just waiting, completely in limbo........
I still can hardly believe that we actually walked this road again. I don't know if there are words to describe the range of mixed emotions that I have experienced over the last six months.
- I am a wife, daughter, mother, bilingual teacher, poet, author, women's Bible study teacher, world traveler, orphan advocate, and an adoptive mother. Our adoption journey has been filled with a lot of hurt and loss, along with even more hope, grace, and healing. Through it we have experienced more of God than we ever bargained for and have watched Him miraculously redeem our story when we surrendered all the broken pieces to Him.