Monthly Archives: August 2012

On our way out (July 2010)

We have the most wonderful friends in the world, hands down. Thank you all for your kind and loving comments and for rejoicing with us. Even though we’ve been readying the nursery, finishing paperwork, building up phone minutes to Florida … Continue reading

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Sola Fide…Then and Now (July 2010)

There is rejoicing in the Moon household these days. The first reason is, of course, that Netherlands beat Uruguay in the semi-final. Ample reason to celebrate for my orange-clad husband. The other reason is that the Lord has showered us … Continue reading

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I love red tape (June 2010)

Since adoption is my new narrative and I really don’t have room in my head for a single other thought I simply must share with you that we are nearly finished with our homestudy. Did you get that? Nearly finished. … Continue reading

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I’m OK with this? (May 2010)

Josh and I have dipped our toes into the ocean of adoption. We spend most of our time happily gazing at our wet feet, looking at all the little fish swimming around us and thinking these waters really aren’t that … Continue reading

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Aslan is on the move (April 2010)

I discovered recently that I am madly in love with spring. Where I grew up gray slowly becomes green and winter rains soften to spring rains. This does have its advantages. When my mom calls to tell me she’s pruning … Continue reading

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Going On A Year (March 2010)

For some reason, as our babies’ birthday approaches I have been thinking a lot about one of my crazy, random memories from last year. After our loss, it took me a few weeks to go back to the nursing home … Continue reading

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Wednesday (March 2010)

They say New York City has reached the 60s. I am only a little bitter. When I was there we had 16 inches of snow dumped on us. I kept insisting that it wasn’t my fault but no one seemed … Continue reading

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