After our breakfast at the hotel we headed to the hospital again. We were greeted by eager faces and smiles. I was able to share a book with Alina after which she grabbed my glasses and decided it was time to get started. Alexandra is new – she was sick and recovered and is now a part of our children. She is a sweet little blue-eyed girl. It took a bit for her to get to know us after which she was active and happy. Sweet little Emma is still in the sick room with possibly an infection. Luciana had to have an IV put into her foot for her cold, which she did not like. Delia was her happy self – repeating motions and words more than I realized she was able to do. It is just amazing all that she can do – she is a little mimic. We finished our day there. We enjoyed delicious food and wonderful fellowship at Dan, Mihaela, and Delia’s home in the evening. I wonder where these little people will be in ten to twenty years from now in their life’s journey. I pray to God that somehow they will each have a pleasant journey.
Entry submitted by: Lorraine
Messages of the Day - Barbara: “Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” - Maya Angelou