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War Stories

In my professional life, the sharing of experiences and case studies is called swapping war stories. I work in an industry that involves crisis and emergency management, lending to some very interesting experiences. Sometime, you feel as if you’re the … Continue reading

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Eeyore or Plastic?

I’ve come to dread the question, “How are you all doing?”  I have a feeling many of my fellow foster parents can agree. For me, it starts the internal debate on which answer should I give.  Depending on the day, honesty … Continue reading

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10 Things To Consider When Considering Becoming a Foster Parent- Part 1

A friend recently sent us an e-mail asking for prayer as they are considering adopting from an agency or pursuing foster care with the hopes of adopting. The following are 10 things from my experience that expand on my response … Continue reading

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In. The. Zone.

So, it’s been a while since the last post, but it’s been quiet and no use making things up just to post something. We’ve been quietly waiting through the 60-day waiting period. Not much action to report. But… We are … Continue reading

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Fireproof

Back during my writing hiatus around the holidays, we completed one of the critical steps in the approval process: The Fire Inspection. We live in a large county with many municipalities and large swaths that are governed by county government. … Continue reading

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