17 September, 2007

The new address . . .


Blue Box
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Well, here I am in my new digs. I feel more sad, I think, to leave behind Russian Adoption Dva than I did to leave my house that we just sold!

I know it will take some getting used to, and as soon as things start moving again with the next phase of this adoption, it will feel more homey.

When I set up the blog back in July, I had no idea that the title would carry a double meaning. This blog will encompass our road to our new little girl as well as the road of construction on our new house!

So, here we are. We'll see where this road takes us.

13 comments:

Virginia Citrano said...

Welcome back Suz. But I hope that the road to all the new things in your life isn't as long as it might look to be now.
--Virginia (a.k.a. Russian Adoption blogger)

Debbie said...

I am really looking forward to watching this new journey. This new road. I have a feeling it's going to be very exciting to watch the winding road you're on find it's way home.

Chris Goeppner said...

I can't wait to see what the Lord is going to do in your lives. I love the title of your new blog, it definately describes it well. I hope this new journey is not as long as your last one though.
Blessings,
Penny

Elle said...

Welcome back to the beginning of the road.

Michael and Carrie said...

Best wishes as you move forward on your adoption journey. I hope things move quickly for your family!

Maggie said...

I just added this blog to my Bloglines feed. I'll be following the long and winding road with you!

Tami said...

See! I told you I'd follow you anywhere! The new site looks great! ;)

JennStar said...

I'm so glad to see you here! Thanks for pointing us in the right direction to your new digs!! :o)

Rachael said...

Thanks for leaving a trail.

Becky and Keith said...

I love the new blog and hope you will find comfort here as time passes. You have so many exciting things going on right now - I can't wait to see them all unfold!

Chelley said...

It is a long road but I beleive that the end of it will bring new and exciting times for your family...

Heidi said...

Many people, some of whom you don't even know, are following you on your journey. Safe travels to you and your family. Thanks for sharing.

kaymommy said...

Quick Hi! from Russia. Had to stop in - new blog looks great. I'm almost out of internet minutes, I will write more from home next week.