Friday, January 21, 2011

Numbers 49-52

Here are three more necklaces being sold to raise funds for our adoption. (you can click them to enlarge) If you'd like to see all available, please click on the Necklaces link under the header at the top of the page.

*** If you'd like one, please email me FIRST before donating!!! I will sell to the first one who asks and mark the ones SOLD as soon as I retrieve the email. Let me know which number necklace you are interested in... I will respond to your email letting you know if the necklace is sold or if you can go ahead with your donation and order! :)

*** anglsamngulb (at) hotmail (dot) com - with no spaces

Number 49: Multi colored Black Beads with silver spacers and ribbon...

Number 50: Flat turquoise beads with silver spacers and ribbon...

*SOLD* Number 51: Bronze glass pearls with tiny black spacers and black ribbon...

Number 52: Brown beads with tiny black spacers and black ribbon...


Jungheims said...

Wow! I just found your blog today. I am so thrilled that you will be welcoming sweet Davids into your family!!! I read his story on another site and was just heart-wrenched. I was so upset that I didn't sleep that night and I spent most of the night and the next several days begging God to send Davids the perfect family who would show him how special he is in God's eyes. I couldn't even bring myself to check back on him. What if he didn't get a family in time?? I couldn't bear it. Today I was chatting with a friend and shared Davids' story with her and she said, "Was his name David? He got a family!" Praise the Lord! I pray that God's pours his greatest blessings out on you and you family. I will continue to pray for you all and the transition. Yippee,yay! God bless!

Lisa said...

Hi Jungheims! Actually I'm not welcoming Davids, I already did. :) He was my host son over the summer and I've been advocating for him like CRAZY! We did find a family for him and they have a blog too now! :)
Thanks so much for your prayers!!!

Jungheims said...

Oh, I found my way here through other blogs and thought it was you. Well, thanks for advocating for Davids! Your family is beautiful! I scrolled down and it looks like you are all enjoying a beautiful life together.

Okay, I will now go and check out Davids' new family!

Lisa (I'm Lisa too!)

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