This blog chronicles our journey to adopt a baby girl from Kazakhstan and some random thoughts along the way.
Friday, August 29, 2008
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.
Scroll down to the "blog archive" on the right. We were in Kazakhstan from August 28, 2008-October 30, 2008.
Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same. — Flavia Weedn
Meaning of Alia
Alia (עלייה, Hebrew for "ascent", "ascension", "rising"; علياء, Arabic for "sublime", "highest of the high", "Zenith"). Refers to Jewish immigration to the Land of Israel. It is also a common female name, but can be used by some families in Senegal to name their sons. - Wikipedia