The Boroughs Family
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Seek justice. Love mercy.....
http://jubileesjewels.com/adoption-fundraising/Micah-6-8-necklace Please go to the above link to order one of these beautiful necklaces, and help bring Maddie home!
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Thursday, June 7, 2012
It's a FREE Giveaway!!
Come on, who doesn't like to get something for FREE?! Yep, it costs nothing to enter and you could win a t-shirt from our fundraiser with Adoption Bug! Look at these great shirts! You know you want one! HERE to get one! So, go share! Leave a separate comment for each way you spread the word, and when we reach 100 comments (shares) a winner will be chosen randomly. The winner will get to pick a shirt of their choosing from our fundraiser! Please note, we can only ship within the continental United States. I need your email to contact you if you win, so if you don't want it published, send a separate comment with the email address & let me know which comments are yours. Go take a peek and see which one you want NOW!!
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012
When words are inadequate
Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12 This week we got to visit with dear friends of ours who
abandoned us relocated to the Chicago area. We have known each other since our soon-to-be-high-schoolers were in preschool. They are the kind of friends who stick by your side through thick and thin. I love telling them our family is growing, because they ALWAYS respond with love and support!
They have three beautiful daughters; Gabrielle, Anna, and Julia. Their middle daughter Anna is very gifted with theatrical talents, and yet, I am always impressed with her humility. During our visit, she walked up and handed me a card. I could barely see through my tears to read it as I was so touched. Anna decided that instead of receiving gifts at her 13th birthday party, she would ask all her friends to donate toward Maddie's adoption. They donated $210! It was truly one of the most touching and selfless things I have ever experienced.
Thank you, sweet Anna! I pray God blesses your kindness toward Maddie and our family. I know I will treasure your gesture in my heart forever.
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