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Happy Birthday Best Friend!

Today is a very special day, it is my best friend's birthday!!!
Happy Birthday to my dear Husband!!!

We have gotten lucky and get to spend the whole day with him, due to a school snow day. Maybe he won't be excited to put up with us ALL day, but at least this way I will be able to get dishes done, make a special birthday cake, and actually get time to sit down with him for our traditional birthday breakfast. Yey!

I see great things in this coming year for Jon. I truly believe God has some new things in store for Jon that will be amazing. Please keep praying as he goes through a job search. He has an interview in a couple weeks for a great job that would be perfect for him. God's will be done, of course, but if I was to handpick a job for Jon - This would be it!!!

And of course, we are praying that in this new year of his, we will bring home our second child! Last night we made our trek to the local police department to get updated FBI fingerprints. We are currently trying to get the homestudy updated so that we can get it sent into the immigration office. Most of this is done by our homestudy agency, on our end we have to get the fingerprints and an updated physical. We are hoping all of this can be turned into the immigration office by Christmas at the latest. I had hoped to get this all sent in even sooner, but unfortunately it looks like it will take a little longer than I had hoped for, only time can tell.

Now I'm off to get the rest of his breakfast ready! Excited to spend the day with my love\best friend\birthday guy!

Happy Snow Day!
In Christ ~


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