I’m still trying to find a photo-taking-and-posting rhythm which works well for me and my schedule. Ideally, I’d have photos every single day, but sometimes life just not allow for such endeavors. I’ve thought about taking weekend photos ahead of time so I can enjoy Saturday and Sunday with my family without another to-do. But I’m not quite there yet. Oh well. I keep going and that’s what matters. Here’s the latest One True Sentence photos.
November 10: We were happy without children.
November 11: We both found our marriage, our friendships, our vocations, and our endeavors to do and be good in the world abundantly fulfilling. (Photo credit goes to my youngest, K.)
November 12: Nothing was missing, at least not in our lives. (Note: Today’s photo is a bit different. This is one of my favorite photos of us, taken nearly a year ago at my 30th birthday party. We had no clue we’d have kids in our home less than a year later.)
November 13: But in the lives of thousands upon thousands of children, something vital is missing: parents who keep them safe and healthy, who can be trusted, who don’t hurt them, neglect them, abuse them, use them, and throw them away like garbage, who love and support them even on the rotten days.
November 14: Knowing this and knowing from experience we would be good parents, we chose to enter the world of foster care again in the spring of 2014.