Thursday, January 26, 2006

Lost in Translation

While I was hoping to say we had entered final court, I was frustrated to find out today that the DNA documentation is still in translation. That means the one piece of paperwork which mostly includes numbers still has not been processed. Without that translated paper, we cannot move forward.

I expressed my disappointment to the agency that the translation was not complete and asked why something so simple has taken now 21 days. The answer: I'll ask.

I'm sorry but that's not good enough. My baby is living in Guatemala City with people she believes are her family while Kevin and I, her parents, wait to hold her. "I'll ask" is not the answer I should get.

Sorry for the emotional outburst but this blog is my way of releasing frustration. Hope it doesn't turn anyone away.


Kristy LaVella said...

I feel horrible hearing what frustrations you're going through. The MOM in you needs her child and a way to vent- feel free- that's what family is for... I love you and pray daily for your little girl's journey home.

Anonymous said...

We were hoping for better news right along with you. You deserve better answers than what the agency is giving you. We will continue to pray for good news!
We love you both.
Mom and Dad K.