Round Two

    On Sunday, Khaleda saw her biological mother for the first time in three years.  It was an emotional experience.  I could only imagine how I would feel walking into a hospital room and seeing my child after so long in that state.    She stood by the bed and wept.  I didn’t know … More Round Two

Chasing Daylight

     Last Monday evening, Khaleda’s mother and brother arrived.  Our dear friends James and Shelly received an random email asking them to consider serving as an escort to the US and within a very short period of time Shelly found herself making the same tortuous 15 hour flight I made not too long ago. … More Chasing Daylight

Glorious Unfolding

All week my mind has raced like mad.  Why is this happening?  What is the purpose?  What are we supposed to learn through this?  How much can a body endure?  When your child begs for surgery to relieve pain or asks you through tears of despair why none of this can be easy – your blood runs cold.   No one ever imagines this … More Glorious Unfolding

Deja Vu

   I have thought about writing a post several times over the last 17 days, but I couldn’t find the proper words.    We celebrated our engraftment on December 27, 2015.  The few days following were overall uneventful with regard to health and progress.  Lots of family visited and loved on Khaleda.  She got fancy … More Deja Vu