Hotel Star (Zirka)
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Just to bring everyone up to speed, our court happened yesterday. Everyone said they wanted to be adopted or wanted to adopt, the social worker and lawyer were on board, everything was a go until the prosecutor insisted that someone from the birth certificate office be present to give their okay. Our translator had never heard of this request in his entire 16 years in the adoption business. He protested, but the judge agreed ...
... a huge wooden barrel that all 7 of us were able to fit into. I started out there and that’s where I stayed most of the time. Irena and her three boys, however, had the real Ukrainian experience, and since Irena is Ukrainian, I guess that makes sense. After 10 minutes in the sauna, they emerged as red as lobsters and proceeded to jump into the icy river water pool which must have been at the most 40 degrees. Irena stayed in it as she ...
... br> Let me walk upon the waters
Wherever You would call me
Take me deeper than my feet could ever wander
And my faith will be made stronger
In the presence of my Savior
I will call upon Your name
Keep my eyes above the waves
My soul will rest in Your embrace
I am Yours and You are mine
Finally we headed over to the orphanage with the social worker and the lawyer. The girls ...
... I wondered if they would even want to leave a place like this nestled in the mountains. We checked into our hotel and it was really spacious and nice. We were able to take showers and look presentable before going to the social worker’s office. They told us that we would have to wait until 2 PM when school finished before we could meet the girls. One of the social workers added right as we left, "Remember, don’t pressure the ...
Status: We wake early in our 1950's Soviet bedroom. Our hosts could not be more hospitable. They are from Russia and have lived here since 1970. It is effectively a semi-self-sufficient small holding but has all the creature comforts as well as pigs and chickens. (Sounds like home!). We are treated to another hearty breakfast of omelette with pork crackling and some sort of goulash style egg fry up and gherkins. They seemed surprised I did not want any Vodka! ...