Guess what? We have our first adoption fundraiser coming up in a couple weeks!  I had fun making these postcards the other day, and thought I’d mostly just post these to get the information out.  We will be doing a brief photo shoot at a nearby park to start raising funds for our Homestudy.

If you happen to live in Wisconsin, we’d love to see you there. Pauquette is a lovely park, and it’s a great time of year to get some shots for Mother’s Day, as a couple, a single, friends, or whatever. Josh will be taking the photos and I’ll be assisting.

For those who don’t know, Josh and I both have a bit of a background in Photography (He has a minor and has taken pictures all over the world, and I spent much time working at a studio/ was an art major). We’ve recently done a decent amount of photography with our web and design business as well.  So, we thought this would be a fun opportunity to use our skills, give back to those around, and save a little towards our first phase.

Hope to see you there!

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Other News:

Our S. Korea Adoption:

  • >Phase 1: Home Study
  • Phase 2: Referral
  • Phase 3: Wait
  • Phase 4: Meet Up
  • Phase 5: Pick Up

Prayer Point: You can just thank God that we feel excited about having a plan of action and moving forward. We can’t wait to involve others in this opportunity and watch how things unfold. Thanks so much for the outpouring of encouragement, love, and prayers!  You can be praying for our upcoming training next weekend in the Chicago area.


 

Sneak Peak: Here’s a sneak peak at what’s to come.

  • April 15: We are attending an all day adoption training in Elmhurst, IL (our agency‘s headquarters).  Looking forward to meeting the head of the Korean program, learning more about international adoption, and about what lies ahead.
  • May: Super Awesome Puzzle Fundraiser

We also plan on writing a post soon answering specific questions concerning funds and giving.  We’ve had a lot of people ask, “Why so expensive?” and “How can we give? (and yes, any giving can be tax-deductible)”

 

 

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