Friday, August 29, 2008

Amazing

After we drove through the gates of Kokshetau, I looked out the back of the car window and saw a rainbow - no rain in sight, just a few clouds. So, here we are . . . at the end of our rainbow. Amazing.

15 comments:

Kami said...

Oh, you make me want to cry because I am so happy for you and Scott.

I am so excited that you are finally reaching the end of your rainbow!! Can't wait to hear all about it!!

Susan said...

how totally and absolutely perfect!

I love her lil hands...look at those long fingers!

cant wait to meet her!

Jennifer M said...

Beautiful. Just beautiful.

Butch & Tracy said...

I am in tears for you and your happiness... Enjoy EVERY minute of it.

Tracy

Sandi said...

Oh my goodness, I am so happy for you and Scott. How exciting. I can not wait to meet "saskia".

I just love the picture of he little hands.

Congratulations

Sandi

Patrick & Eileen said...

What a sweet photo! Worthy of framing! Can't wait to meet the rest of her :)

Eileen

Noah and Josh's Mom said...

I love it. I am so happy for you both. I hope you enjoy every second at the end of the rainbow!

Kim

wpaleighann said...

So very happy for you all and so thankful I have been able to make this amazing journey with your family!

Blessings,
Leigh Ann

Brad and Stacy said...

So so sweet. Enjoy your moments at the end of the rainbow!! Congrats on meeting "Saskia"!

espinosa said...

Wow. How beautiful! I am so happy for you!

Heidi and Terry said...

So happy for you both!
Heidi and Terry

Amy said...

Beautiful little hand!!! Congratulations Angela!!!! So excited to hear you are there and are in the thick of your adventure!!

leevanschaik said...

I love the post and the picture. I am sitting in my office with tears in my eyes (seems like an ongoing theme on the comments). How amazing!

Chris and Tricia said...

Yes, amazing. I am so happy for you, Scott, and Luca. I like her name and that you are keeping Saskia as her nickname, too. Can't wait to see her. Glad that your process might go quick. I am interested in learning more about the area. It is amazing when you fly over Kazakhstan to see how much of it is undeveloped.

Julie said...

I am so glad everything is going well. Add me to the list of people who got teary eyed just seeing her little hand.

Julie