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... makes this all worth it? Two wonderful kids! Who are sleeping to their hearts content. .
Yesterday was the day of the official adoption transfer. We went back to the same registry office as yesterday. Since it is an official event, we were neatly dressed and armed with two gifts for the notary and her assistant. Several questions were asked prior to the notarisation of documents, including why we choose to adopt a child from China. Of course we were ...
... was a little awkward at first... lots of things were goingthrough our minds... Especially the question "what is going through hismind right now". A myriad of emotions..happiness, worry, relieve, gratitude,but also a little fear.
Luckily we were distracted by the paperwork and of course Qiang by his new toy. A sort ofwooden truck, with wooden pins that you can hammer in the various holes. Thecoordination skills of Qiang were surprisingly well developed. He quickly ...
We start rolling at 7 am heading to Huang Shan Mountain by bus. We take a cable car to go up and do some hiking. The view is really nice but clouds are always following our group so we have to wait until the clouds clear up. It is really tiring to climb up the stairs. After getting half way we stop for lunch in a hotel on the top of the mountain. Then we continue climbing up to the cable car station. ...
After a good night rest in a luxurious hotel with clean rooms, good shower and cool air con, we wake up as usual at 6 am, take breakfast at 7 and start rolling at 8. Today plan is to drive almost 500 km and after lunch we stop by a tea shop at Chie Men in Anhui Province. We spend there about an hour testing a huge variety of teas. Then we continue to Yie Xian to see ...
... and slightly disheartened Andy.
Now don’t get me wrong, I still take my position as a teacher seriously, but it seems no one else does any more. Lately all these little ***** care about is studying for the SAT, which is tomorrow, thank God, and at times I’ve had kids get up and walk out of a class I had planned so they could sit in the empty room next door and study or cook meth or something. The very ...