Well, it’s Easter and we’re at home. We had a big get together with the some of the other teachers yesterday for an Easter dinner. It’s so nice to get together for a nice meal. It’s easy to forget what it’s like to prepare a really nice meal. We get use to eating frozen pizza and chicken and rice dishes. We are going to finish off the vegetables that we purchased while in Anchorage two weeks ago tonight. We’re planning on making Momma Myrna’s egg rolls and inviting over a fellow teacher. It should be fun, and tasty!
We completed our last vacation day at school this past week. The school takes off Good Friday, in preparation for Easter. We got a three-day weekend, which couldn’t have been at a better time because we are exhausted. We are now down to three weeks left of school. These remaining weeks are going to be interesting because we still have to get all our lessons in and still get all the remaining activities in as well. This upcoming week is “Culture Week”. There will be some invited guests at the school who will teach the students various cultural activities throughout the week. I’m looking forward to it (Tim) am not looking forward to it at the same time. It’ll be neat to learn new things, but a pain in the rear to fit all the material I need to teach in the smaller window to time. The following week at school is the final week for the seniors, which means we have to have all our finals ready early. The next few weeks will be a bit hectic, but it’ll be over soon.
On Friday, our day off, we spent a lot of time getting our online personalities ready for publication for adoption. Kaitlyn found a website called, hopingtoadopt.org which is just another place we can advertise ourselves as a perspective adoptive couple.
She got the whole thing ready and it is up and running. You can visit the profile by going to our page at http://www.hopingtoadopt.org/index.php/family/letters/213, more importantly, you can refer us to anyone you know who might be considering the adoption road. While Kaitlyn was putting that site together, I was building our official adoption website. It looks pretty good, however, there are a few more things we need to put on. Hopefully, it’ll be ready by next week. We are yet to be published on the itsaboutlove.org website. But, that is out of our hands, as our caseworker has to put us on. Once she puts it up, then that will be the page that birthmothers will refer to when choosing us to be the adoptive couple. We’re getting close. Keep us in your prayers, and don’t be shy. Spread the word like wild fire that we are looking to adopt. We tell just about everyone now. The time to be embarrassed or self-conscience bout it is over. It’s go time, and the only way we’ll become parents is if people know we are looking and ready (and awesome)!