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Friday, February 23, 2007
Well not too much going on right now, and that's probably the way it will be for the next several weeks. And that's okay. I can't control everything and worrying about it will not make things go in my favor.

Besides the raining season is now in full swing here in the Bay Area and as a result I'm getting way behind (I'm always behind but now it's "Way") on some of the outside projects I need to do.

We have another ballet performance this weekend and Stef is ultra-excited about it. It's Sleeping Beauty so you know why of course (HELLO: IT'S ABOUT A PRINCESS!!!!).

And I know I will shock all including Stef when I tell you I know which princess...Aurora of course, but that's common knowledge.
posted by Steveg @ 9:37 AM  
3 Comments:
  • At 3:58 PM, Blogger hana said…

    Hello, I stumbled upon your site when I searched on "what does an apostille look like" and lo and behold your blog came up, and you are in California, too! This notarization/certification/apostille stuff is one big headache! When I saw your site and what an apostille looked like, well, that's not what I thought I was going to see.

    I hope things are working out for your adoption.

     
  • At 8:45 AM, Blogger Jim said…

    Wow, Steve. You are ahead of the game if you guys adopt a girl. My little 4yo daughter knew all the names of the princesses even before she could count to 10. Now I know them, too.

     
  • At 4:40 PM, Blogger Dede said…

    Hi Steve & Stef! I just finished reading your blog (I went back and read from the beginning). My husband and I are also on this same journey. Our dossier was sent over to Moscow in May 2006 and we are still waiting too. I am going to add a link to your blog to our adoption blog at http://www.2dolphins.com/rajblog.html. Best of luck and maybe we will all hear some good news soon!

     
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