Saturday, October 29, 2011

Only 4 shots required

Praise the Lord!  I don't like that we had to give even 4 shots, but Praise the Lord only 4 were required for Sara so it wasn't nearly as bad as it could have been.  They excluded a series of shots because her blood-work showed that she had the antibodies which indicated that she had had the immunizations in the past.

Tomorrow we will go to a Christian Church on Shaman Island and then do some shopping for a few hours.

On Monday we will go back to have the TB Skin test read.  Please pray that it is negative so we won't have to deal with the chest x-rays and the stress that would go with that.

Tuesday we have our Consulate Appointment.

Wednesday afternoon we should get out visas for the girls and be on our way to Hong Kong by Train.

I can see the light in the end of the tunnel now!

Although we have had our moments, this has been a great experience that I wouldn't trade for anything.

I know we still owe you a blog entry for 2 days ago.  It probably won't happen tonight (but it might),  but I will give you a hint...... We had the awesome privilege of going to visit a Foster Home near Fuzhou that is for extreme special needs children and run by a couple from Florida.  This blog may take a little while for us to write because we obviously have to figure out what we can and cannot tell you about the visit, but it would be an under-statement to say that God is at work here.


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