Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Music and Life-I Hate Everything

First time I heard this song I thought, "What a pitiful country song. You can't really hate EVERYTHING." But, today I know how he feels.



No, we haven't really had bad news or anything. I am just sick of chasing down Dr. Psychologist trying to find out if the reports ever got done. I'm sick of not having a Homestudy done that should have been done a long time ago. I'm sick of trying to get "people" (I really wanted to say something else but will restrain myself)to just sign a piece of paper that we need for our dossier. I'm sick of having to fight the enemy and his minions at every turn in this adoption. Mostly, I am just sick to death of being thousands of miles from my daughter.

So, now I feel a little better and plan to drink a little wine, eat a cupcake, and dig the rest of the chocolate frosting out of the tub until I'm sick of it too.

Any body got a problem with that?!................


I didn't think so...... ;o)

5 comments:

mary grace said...

Hang in there--literally. :-)

We had disaster after disaster. This isn't going to encourage you, but we turned in our first application to adopt in the spring of 2005. Through many twists and turns, we finally got Oliver in Feb. 2008. Three agencies (one int'l, two foster-adopt), one int'l referall, several potential placements ...

All in God's timing. All in God's timing.

whatsherface :) said...

Beyond frustrating!!!! Enough is enough already. Thank you for updating!

Here is my new blog:

www.burstingwithblessings.blogspot.com

I'll be praying! :)

Shane said...

I LoVe this post!

Kelly said...

Just remember that there is a family in California thinking of you and your sweet girl every day. Funny post. I know how you feel. The song is cute, too. Keep plugging along Melissa. Move forward a little bit each day. Liza is waiting....you'll get there.

Envyshope said...

We are having "fun" trying to get a doctor to write a letter that says my husband is sane! He can parent a child. You realize we have 5 biological daughters that he stays home with each day while I work outside the home! I know how frustration feels! Blessings - Kelli