Others around the world are waiting too.
Like my cousin, whom I ADORE so much and wish that time and distance allowed us to nurture our friendship more. I have loved watching her grow up – which sounds silly, cause she is 30 now. But we have been friends for as long as I can remember… even wandered the streets of Paris together, the Loire Valley and we have a lifetime of laughs and even some tears tucked under our belts. She is, as her name Jennifer Grace implies – full of it and I love watching her with her son.
She is waiting to adopt a baby from Africa.
It is her heart’s desire as given to her by God.
A few years back she went to Kenya with her sister (right in the middle of all that turmoil, remember that?)… just to hold babies. She came back forever changed.
She is a wonderful mother.
And somewhere, out there is an African baby waiting to be loved by her.
I have seen amazing generosity from the readers of Parisienne Farmgirl and I just wanted to share this with you. If God impresses upon you to, would you donate to Jen and her family as they are raising an impossible (without God) amount of money? And of course, pray that God would open doors for them that no man can.
You can read more about her story via her beautiful writings at www.BeforeandAfrica.blogspot.com
And you can donate here: https://www.purecharity.com/tonyjenschmid-adoption
Jen’s lovely paintings are for sale too (to raise money).
You can click the photo to be taken to her full selection…
And thank you for your prayers… for Jen and myself.
Yes, I’m a bit frustrated.
Come on sweet baby. Come on.