Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Cool Bracelets

I recently ran across Erin and Scott's Blog, who are adopting Mary Cameron (MC) and Jackson from Uganda. Check out their story, it is very sweet! They even posted a recap to their whole story for my friends who will be dropping by after reading this! Thanks, Erin! Well, they have come up with a unique fundraiser for their adoption that I thought you might like. They are selling these bracelets that say, "Orphans No More" and "Psalm 68:5" on them. Psalm 68:5 is ""A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His holy dwelling." Originally, I was just going to buy a bunch myself (they are only $2), but I thought you guys might want to see them and buy them for your friends, family or other adoptive families! You can click on their link and pay with paypal or send a check (no shipping)


Campbell's Hope said...

That is so cool..Thanks for the info..
I know your still riding the cloud of being on top of the world today...
I'm happy for you...:)

love ya,

Traci said...

What a great idea and great message! I'm definitely gonna check this out and get some for my family.


amber said...

Thanks for the link... I love the bracelets and am glad I can support their adoption AND get a super-cool bracelet!

I'm sorry about the durn groceries I had to put away tonight... and then I was waiting for you to call back and finally realized maybe you were waiting for ME to call?!?
Arrgh!! We are really having a time of it trying to connect!! :) I will be home tomorrow -- so I'll call you when I get up. Tomorrow's the day!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info!! I ordered some for DJ & Lindsey! :-)

Lindsey said...

I ordered some of these bracelets...what a great idea to raise some money!!!

Thanks for all of your sweet comments and words of encouragement. I'm still trying to get the design from my shirt, so I will pass it along ASAP.

I'm sorry to hear about the visa issues :-( Also, Lindsey told me this morning that you and Greg are traveling to Liberia and will be able to meet Davis "unofficially." Giirrrrrlllll! I'm praying for you all - what a wonderful, difficult, life-changing moment that will be for you. When do you leave?