No word yet on the evil mother-in-law’s job. Any day now we could hear. She keeps packing which I think is going to jinx the whole thing but I’ve never been known as a great optimist.

Tonight I’m going to listen to a conference call about an adoption agency. They sent some information about what they will be discussing. I know all that already but it will give me a feel for the agency. To occupy my time while I listen to things I already know I prepared this:

UFO #2
UFO #2

It actually looks a bit different now. That’s how it looked when I pulled it out of the UFO box. Now it has new borders. I am tying it. Actually, I am suturing it. I found that hand tying knots was very slow and cumbersome for me. So now when I tie a quilt I get out the surgical instruments and tie sutures of craft thread. Much easier.

Yesterday a person at work asked me if I was excited about adopting. I didn’t know what to say. The question actually infuriated me. It was personal and none of her business. This is the same person who chides me everytime I refer to a “kid.” Apparently, young humans are not kids – they are children. When they are your offspring and they grow up then you can refer to them as kids. She takes this very seriously. I therefore resolve to always refer to my small human as a kid. I’ve often thought that if I would ever (god forbid) become pregnant I would have to quit my job because I couldn’t stand dealing with this woman’s smugness about my impending kid. This is the same woman who knowing I don’t like babies takes every opportunity to put her young grandson in my face (literally) and coo, “Tell him you love him. I know you do.” No, I don’t. I don’t like babies. Get him out of my face.

Glad they don’t ask to look at blogs during the homestudy. That paragraph would disqualify me for sure.

One Reply to “Adoption call tonight”

  1. Heather –

    I appreciate your leaving a comment about my photography. Most people don’t take the time to do so of course so it’s nice to discover a comment from time to time. Now I’ve visited you – good work!

    David

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