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Saturday, March 24, 2012

It's Not Good Enough!

It was love at 1st sight!
We haven't said much because there isn't much to say...

We are nearing the end (or at least we think) of the first phase of adoption, the waiting...

We are more then ecstatic to begin the 2nd phase of adoption having our children home! 

We are just waiting on the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince to finish their investigation, deem it all legitimate and schedule our Visa appointment.  The orphanage will then let us know a day in which we can arrive for the children.  This is usually 4-5 business days after the Visa appointment.  They just like to make sure the Visa appointment is not rescheduled and the last piece of paperwork from IBESR is finished before families arrive.

Joshua and Melanie went for a visit in January.  We were able to help launch MyLifeSpeaks in Haiti on the 2nd memorial of the January 12th Earthquake.  Everyone had a wonderful time helping and being apart of something so amazing that only God could have orchestrated! 

MyLifeSpeaks church service
This IS for us, the hardest wait.  We have emailed, called, re-emailed and receive the response from everyone.  It is a vague canned response and to an adoptive family it is not good enough.

In the mean time would you consider supporting our adoption?

You can go to the "support" tab of our blog site and find many ways to contribute. 

147 is having a Spring sale and the purchases made through our link helps to support our adoption.

There is coffee, wickless candles, jewelry, tote bags and much more!

Thank you for your support!  We appreciate all the prayers and monetary supports! 

The King's are going home!
While in Haiti we did get to see that children do go home!  Marrisa and Elie King went home to Mount Juliet, TN!  We love the King family and are so happy for them!!  The King's are doing well adjusting to 5 children and managing Creole with their English!  Congratulations King Family!

In Him,
The Colson's
Steve, Melanie, Amanda, Joshua, Monique, Junior and Frantz

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