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Travel Blogs from Donetsk
Sunday, September 9
We all got dressed and went to church today. We then had lunch at a little Ukrainian restaurant then went shopping in an actual toy store. Between the toy store and large grocery store, it was sensory overload for Katya again! Too many things to buy, too many people, too much action, too many lights etc. She gets VERY excited, and talks even more than normal, asking us to buy everything in sight! ...
Tuesday, September 4
Today Katya had a lot of "firsts" – first time getting her nails cut; first time going to the bazaar and first time eating pyrohy(perogies)! She was so excited to go to the bazaar she got all dressed in her dress with jewelry and asked to take her little travel bag as a purse. I think we stopped at EVERY toy store so that her and Marco could look around. She pointed out all the things she liked and Marco did the bartering! At ...
... thing we have noticed that is different here, than from Marco’s Orphanage, is that there are a lot of family members visiting children. This one time in particular was quite heartbreaking. There was a Mom, Grandma and Grandpa all visiting these 2 young children. We had already guessed that the children were new to the Orphanage by their behaviour. The children looked just as bewildered with their family, as they did on a regular day at ...
Friday, August 24
As soon as we meet Katya, she asked me if I had bought any hair elastics and clips for her. Second question, "When can I come home with you?" I have a feeling that we are going to hear that question everyday – I don't blame her. Marco was a wonderful teacher today. He helped Katya with her drawings and did a wonderful job on encouraging her. After our visit, we headed down to Lenin Square to see if there was anything going on yet ...
Wednesday, August 22
We have court tomorrow!!! We are so excited!! The judge is very sick and was rushed to the hospital in Kyiv last week. She is now back in Donetsk and will see our case tomorrow. (If we would have switched judges, it would have taken 3 weeks longer!) We told Katya and she was overjoyed! We had a great visit and came home to prepare for court. By the way... we are feeling much better, both physically and ...
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