Friday, December 29, 2006

Last night, Michael and I sat down to watch National Geographic's Lost Daughters of China! HOly cow! If you didnt have tears pouring down your face, I am concerned. This video involved the journey of a few families going to China to get their daughters. Remember when we told you the story of meeting a wonderful family on our Disney Cruise who had 2 daughters? Well, their story was on this video. It was awesome. It made the whole thing feel more and more real..Please borrow our video or check it our at your library..It was awesome.

Also, please pray for me. The Dr just called and said I had a high white blood count..Not too hight, just a little bit and she was going to send me to a hematologist to see what was going on. She said she really wasnt worried to much, just wanted to rule things out..PLease pray its nothing..The idea of going to another dr just freaks me out..

Thats all..Michael isnt feeling well either so keep him in your prayers as well..
You guys rock!


Lisa and Doug said...

That was one of the first DVD's I bought right before I started the adoption process, and I cried and cried! It is absolutely amazing.

I hope everything goes ok at your doctor's appointment!

Leda said...

Us too! It's a keeper for sure.

Good luck at the Dr and with the I-171...once you get that, it's all down hill from there!

:) Happy new Year!

Kelly said...

Amy keep us updated.. I will be worried until you do.
love ya.

Mark and Rebecca said...

Just found your blog on a link on a friend's blog.

We love the DVD too. After we bought it, it was mandatory viewing for all family members!

We hope everything is OK with your health.

~Rebecca and Mark

Twisted Cinderella said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have watched a few stories on television of couples who have shared this journey to their daughters in China. They are really touching. I will keep an eye out for this one.

Rivkah said...

Thanks for the comment! You have an interesting blog.

Yeah, this video makes me cry every time. It was one of the first China related items I purchased when we decided to start our journey. I'm overdue for another viewing ;).