"" Life A Bit Sweeter: Cancelled Checks

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Cancelled Checks

They finally took the money out of our account!  They finally took the money out of our account!  Now generally, I'm definitely trying and NEED TO hold on to money but in this exception, I've been anxiously waiting for this money to be taken out of our account.  If you follow our blog, you may already know that on April 15th we wrote a check in the amount of $3,188 to pay for our home study.  EVERY day since then, I've been waiting and stalking our adoption bank account looking to see if our agency had cashed the check.  Somehow, I had it in my head that (1) they would cash the check right after I gave it to them at our home study orientation or (2) they would cash it as soon as a social worker called us to make our home study appointments.  Since my #1 thought didn't happen, I've been WAITING, WAITING, WAITING for #2.  On last Friday, we were informed that our social worker had been assigned and would call us this week (yippee) but so far, no call yet.  (Bummer!)

So perhaps, just perhaps, we'll get a call before the Memorial Day break from our social worker to schedule our remaining home study appointments.

4 comments:

~Delilah said...

WOO HOO!!! Praise God for cancelled checks!! So excited for you guys to continue your journey to bringing your baby girl home!

LIfe A Bit Sweeter (Michelle) said...

Thanks Delilah!!!

Meliski said...

woooHOO!! :) But look at the size of that new fundraising thermometer on your page!! Not to worry, God will provide. I can't wait to find out what new fundraiser ideas you come up with!

LIfe A Bit Sweeter (Michelle) said...

Hey Meliski! Happy Anniversary! Hope you guys are planning to do something for just the two of you.

I know that big ol' thermometer this time around and there are at least 3 more milestone thermometers to come! We've been thinking of two things so far. I'm just wondering if we should wait until our home study is approved to start planning it which may be too late or go ahead and pull together our planning committee now.

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