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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Did I say thank you for the vitamins?


THANK YOU!
In the end, with YOUR wonderful, generous, amazing help, we raised enough money to keep them supplied with vitamins for a whole year, PLUS some money left over!!!  That's not even all of them pictured above!  Several of you said to use your money for whatever the children would need.  And I'm using the extra for just that!  They are building a dining room that needs paint, so the money might be going to paint. Or they are just now starting a dental program (the sweeties have never been to the dentist) so it may go there.  Or several of the older children have exams coming and need to pay fees for to take the examinations so it could go to good use there too.  I assure that that all of it went directly to the children. 
Dawn, my traveling partner took it upon herself to get all the kiddos new flipflops. And Lynn headed up a sanitary pad drive with her co-workers.  It's a huge deal to the big girls here, and we're very happy to give them each a couple packs.  
In case I didn't say it enough, thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!

These little guys are totally unaware that the vitamins aren't candy, and I'm not telling them otherwise. So I'll just say THANK YOU on their behalf!

7 comments:

  1. Thank you Nancy and Liv for letting us be a part of this!

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  2. Wonderful job lovely ladies! So good to see! Oh my goodness the children are so beautiful!

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  3. SO AWESOME!! THank YOU for being His hands and feet! For allowing your heart to be broken once again......cause you know it would be a lot more comfortable to just stay home and be unaware.....thank you for being uncomfortable...hot, sweaty, pawed, and eating unfamiliar food. Thanks for loving on these DARLING little people! Thanks for sharing some of your journey with us through pictures. Hugs to each of you!

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  4. Thank you, Lynn, for the pads. I know it is a big help to the girls.

    We adopted Julia right before she ages out two years ago. She said she would get her period in the orphanage but she had no supplies for it. Absolutely nothing. Not did she know what was going on every month because the orphanage workers just didn't care to give her the talk.

    I'm thinking of sending some off to her orphanage now that you gave me this idea.

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  5. Awwe. That last picture <3. So freaking incredibly cute

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  6. Thanks for giving us a chance to help!

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