Sunday, February 6, 2011

Words.

Sometimes there are no words.

There are no words to describe how horribly nervous I am to put Lizzy in a car with people she has never met on Tuesday and hope that she isn't scared.



There are no words to describe how heart broken I am that we decided not to adopt Joseph.



There are no words to describe how sad I will be when it is time for our newest girls to move.



Sometimes there are just no words.



14 comments:

Carla said...

There are probably no words for me to comfort you right now either.
:(

Rebecca said...

I have no words to ease your pain. All I can say is that I am praying that God will comfort your heart and continue to guide your steps. This foster parent thing is not for the feint of heart. I am proud of you for pushing forward anyway.

Julie said...

My heart breaks for you.

Rebekah said...

:(

aka. "Mimi" said...

Lots of hugs and prayers for you guys...

Diane said...

Thinking of you in this difficult time...

Our Journey said...

Praying for you and your family as everyone grieves these losses!

Carol said...

Oh how overwhelming. I can't imagine the enormity of all of these losses. You are right, there are no words. Just know that you are upheld in prayer. Foster care is very very hard and adoption can be as well. God has a plan in all of this and I pray that you will be led to that plan. And may you find peace and comfort.

Heather said...

Oh sweet friend my heart is broken for you...I am so sorry. Praying the Lord brings his peace and comfort to you during this time.

Kelli said...

Praying for peace and comfort upon you and your family.

Beck G. said...

I am so sorry :(
I know how hard all of the above are, and I am praying for you and your family.

Pipsylou said...

I know. Facing a probable separation here, too.

No words.

Endless Love ~ Amazing Grace said...

I am so sorry:(

mamamargie said...

It's at those times when we just bury our faces in the chest of our Heavenly Father and weep. Let Him comfort you and give you peace.