Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Please Pray for a Plane and NOT a Train!!

Dear friends- Please pray that we can take a plane to GZ. We do not have the girls passports so it is a bit more complicated but it is possible! We have heard that it has worked for other families. Please pray that the plane will work for us! We could use any break we can get!!

Riding on the overnight train would be too much- very tiring. I'm not sure who the girls would do- Anna, Emma and Ellie!

Please Lord Please move mountains and have the officials allow us to take the plane!

16 comments:

Sally-Girl! said...

We actually carried a child's passport with us from Hunan to GZ for another family when we adopted Bryson as their child's passport was not ready either. They flew from Hunan to GZ before us. I sure hope it works out for you.

Sammy said...

Sending one up! Can't wait to meet you over there!!

David and Sarah said...

Praying that this works out.

Suzette said...

Praying for that plane! We saw our miracle moving God move some big mountains for us in regards to our little one's visa. He has it all in His hands!

Cari said...

I will pray right now, Jean!

Karen said...

Praying for divine intervention. I have heard of other families flying without their passports. I am sure a flight would be much more bearable then the train. Praying for peace for your girls as they adjust to their new family.

joeks said...

Prayers... you have them!

Karin said...

Took the train once. Nuf' said. The luggage was the main issue, since the train was nice. It only works if you pack light. So...praying for a plane for you!!!

Kathy said...

Praying!

Susan A said...

just prayed, asked Him to move everything so that it'll work out smoothly for you all on the plane trip... and also that you may have peace and joy, as you soak in all the new things. :)

mom2eliza-mom2ava said...

Jean, oh my word! I am just catching up and I can't wait to show Ava!! She has been so excited. She said that she wanted to go to Guilin to be there when Ellie and Emma meet you. (She asked me what their new names were going to be...tee hee.) She also wants to be at the airport when you come home. I wish we could. I'm going to send you a separate e-mail with a picture of Ava for you to show the girls.

I was cracking up over your description of their personalities, the pile of chicken bones they left, and the memories that were flooding back to me. I remember Ava tossing her garbage anywhere she felt and yes, eating down to the bones and sometimes eating the bones!

Hang in there...I'm so proud of you all. I was also struck by how tan Sarah is compared to the others. Ava and Eliza are so dark, it's frightening! Oh, it's making me wish I was right there with you. Shoot, Ava and I should've planned for that...darn it. How fun.

rarejule said...

Praying for wings!

Pam said...

We were able to fly 2x in country without Charlie's passport. I am praying that this will work out for you, too.

Angie said...

Wait, I missed something. Why did you have to go to Guilin if the girls were in Nanning?

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Mom Of Many said...

Waiting {not so patiently} for an update...praying to the God who goes before each detail and orchestrates a way!! You guys rock!! xo