The adoption Reunion Chronicles Miracles do happen!
Elizabeth called me late on October 2,2011 with wonderful news. She has been searching for another set of sister nieces, Kristie and Casey for many years.
They are the children of JL Roberson who died several years because of complications with both kidney failure and heart failure. The girls did not know that their father had passed away.
I had tried to search face book, but now knowing where the girls reside at currently didn't bear any fruit. Kristie is doing well, goes by Krissy and is living with her boy friend and 4 month old baby in Oklahoma.
When Ibbit called me tonight I thought she was going to faint. She was so excited and thrilled she was (once again) crying. I was thrilled, and thankful!
I had promised Dorthy that I would call her back as Ibbit had "beeped" in during our conversation, when I did call to tell Dorthy the super news, she cried and said "This is my best year yet, I found my daughters, and now I've found my nieces".
I just can't believe it. For those of you who want to call it fate, and those of you who believe that homosexuals deserve to be "Married". Well, I'm here to tell you differently.
I really don't care if my 'readership' slows down or stops because of the following statements. I actually SUPPORT the right of homosexuals to have a CIVIL union.
It is not a marriage. A marriage is the relationship between a man and a woman. Nothing else. On that note, yes, I think homosexuality is wrong. Just like any other sin, it is forgivable and the person in such sin can repent.
As for fate, no such thing. If you have been following my story or are joining us in this late in the game, please know that I am a FIRM believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. You can call our story, our life fate if you want, I call it a miracle.
Have a great night, I will post pictures tomorrow of the second snow flake holiday planner. I did this one in more "country" tones, and colors, it also came out very nice.
Stamp happy and even more importantly, BE A BLESSING. Your prayers, your actions, your faith do make a difference.