Saturday, November 03, 2007

Only one more day! (I hope)

Saw this on cafe press I think. Hopefully I am in the orange soon to be red category :) Work was hard today. I didn't expect to hear any news but I still had trouble concentrating anyway. Lucky for me our census dropped and somebody got to go home. We all put our names in a hat and the angels must have felt sorry for me cause I won :) I can't imagine how hard Monday is going to be. I will go ahead and apologise now to anyone from work that may be reading this. I just know I will be seriously wound up. My poor patients :) It will actuually be kind of cool to get my referral at work. They were there when I started this journey and have given me SOOOO MUCH support. It will be neat that they will be a part of my referral day as well. I just hope they can put up with me.

I just took some Tylenol pm. Last night I think I only slept about 3 hours. My mind just would not turn off. Monday can't come fast enough :)

18 comments:

Karen said...

I've been reading your site for a while now, I don't even remember how I came across it!! I am excited for you!!

more cows than people said...

(((Jenny)))

Catherine said...

Oh Jenny! It won't be long now!!! So excited for you! Just think...your baby's sweet face is already in the US just waiting for you to see her.

It won't be long now and we can't wait to celebrate with you!!

Sunny said...

OMG! I am so excited about your referral! Your precious Abby will be worth the wait. Thank you for your comment b/c it led me to your wonderful blog. I'm hooked!

kris said...

You are about to see YOUR DAUGHTER.

Jenny. I am flipping out for you. I fear I might have a coronary if this day ever comes for me!!

Lisa said...

Jenny I'll bet you'll never be so glad to have a Monday roll around from a weekend like this Monday. I'll be checking my computer at school all day until I read your good news.

Kim said...

There are 36 hours until my agency gets their normal DHL run.

Not that I'm counting or anything :)

fuzzandfuzzlet said...

I can`t believe you are waiting through the longest weekend of the year. Years from now that will make a neat part of the adoption story.

Laura said...

You have a lot of people right there with you during this long weekend! Almost there!!

Laura

Isabella's Mommy & Daddy said...

I have been thinking about you...
I can't wait for Monday...
To see Abby's sweet little face...
Hugs girly...
Hang in there..
We are all here for your support..
I am sooo excited foryou..
Kim

Mom of 5 said...

I can't wait too !!

Made in China said...

I remember how exciting this was! So happy for you! Enjoy!!!

Mike, Hayley & Piper said...

I came over from Kris's site...I am so excited for you...I'll check back tomorrow! Hopefully we will see your daughters sweet face!

try to get some sleep!

Hayley
Mum to Piper, waiting for Paisley

sea star said...

You poor thing! I can't imagine the excitement that is oozing from your veins! Not to much longer for ya!

Joannah said...

I'm looking forward to doing the happy dance in your honor sometime very, very soon!

Colleen said...

Sleep?? Forget it. Even once you have the referral - you will be awake just thinking about the trip!!

So excited for you. hang on.....the ride gets better!

Abby goes to Denmark! said...

Hi Jenny, I got this in an email and it made me think of you. So, I thought I'd pass it on!! =)


"Even though I clutch my blanket and growl when the alarm rings. Thank you, Lord, that I can hear. There are many who are deaf.

Even though I keep my eyes closed against the morning light as long as possibl e. Thank you, Lord , that I can see. Many are blind.

Even though I huddle in my bed and put off rising. Thank you, Lord, that I have the strength to rise. There are many who are bedridden.

Even though the first hour of my day is hectic, when socks are lost, toast is burned, tempers are short, and my children are so loud.

Thank you, Lord, for my family. There are many who are lonely.

Even though our breakfast table never looks like the picture in magazines and the menu is at times unbalanced.

Thank you, Lord, for the food we have. There are many who are hungry.

Even though the routine of my job often is monotonous. Thank you, Lord, for the opportunity to work. There are many who have no job.

Even though I grumble and bemoan my fate from day to day and wish my circumstances were not so modest.

Thank you, Lord, for life."



Only a little bit longer and you'll see her! So exciting!!!!

~Abby from MA (currently in Denmark)

Liz & Ava said...

OMG! I'm so excited for you. Know what you mean when you say you can't sleep...your mind won't turn off. Had to get my doctor to order me some sleeping pills a few weeks before I traveled so I could actually get some rest...didn't want to be exhaused before I got to China! I even took them while in China(they were very mild and I still woke up if Ava cryed) but it enabled me to get a good nights rest every night in China.