Wednesday, December 17, 2008

I Miss This Blog!


I miss my blog!!!!  BUT...nothing is going on and (they say) will happen in my adoption until the 2010-2011 court year.  I have nothing to write about!  Whaw whaw.  

Just a little venting!  


8 comments:

Angela said...

Come on home Tami!

Tami said...

Thanks Angela...maybe I'll visit every now and then. Maybe I won't close it out. LOL I love my other blog, but this is totally different! I dunno'.

trice said...

I miss your blog also....you can pop in for visits every now and then

haze said...

This one has been a huge part of your life for a long time. No wonder you miss it.

Anonymous said...

Tami - I agree with Trice. I think you should keep it and update whenever you feel like it. Your plans are not changing - just taking longer. I had no idea it would take me so long to get a baby - I started in OCt 2006 and am just making a year on the waiting list this month. I was disapointed with the long wait time which kept stretching, but I have been able to do some really productive things during that time - things that will benefit my baby as well as myself. Keep us updated! Ali in NY

Single PAP said...

write about you, your house, your job, your family... all that, though not directly related to the adoption, is interesting and it is about you and you are the mother so it is relevant! come on!! do it!!

Nikki said...

That is too bad- can't wait to read more when the time comes!

waiting also said...

Tami I miss your blog too. I can totally relate to your dream. I believe in signs. Usually I get my ninety-six year old Jamaican dad or my Guyanese Indian friend to interpret my dreams. A week after receiving that devastating news about MOWA I went to the hair salon. A beautiful,older Ethiopian woman entered the salon. As I was waiting in the chair she leaned forward to ask me about how I was going to style my hair. She asked e where I was from and I asked her the same. It turns out that she works at the UN. I think that this was a sign. Meeting her made me feel hopeful. However I remained in a frenzied state for several weeks trying to find other countries open to single women. Three days ago I decided that I'm not going to give up and that I will wait for my Ethiopian baby girl. I am praying that we will all get some good news. I think that pain I felt in my heart the day I found out about MOWA will never go away but I will learn how to live with it. As you already know nothing happens with any adoption overnight. It takes time.