Sunday, March 8, 2009

CHANGE OF PLANS!!!

Well...I talked to a lady at the USCIS office (where they issue Visa's) and she told me to apply for another extension. I told her that I only had 2 weeks to get him back to Haiti and she told me that if I file the extension, he would be here "legally" until I hear from them. It took 3 and 1/2 months to hear from them this time! I pray they answer me by May 19th, when we have plane tickets to go to Haiti, or else I'll have to change our tickets and probably go when the heat is unbearable....oh well. I sent copies of our plant tickets and explained as much as I could to them of why he doesn't have a job! I feel like I can at least breathe now. It is still only about 10 weeks until he leaves. I have so much to do. But I praise God for more time with him and I'm thrilled that he will get to take a train ride!

Here's a cute picture of Sonel I took a while back when he had his curly hair. It was over 3 inches long, but to hard to take care of. He would yell when I would pick it out. There was just too many tangles. It was soooo cute though.




We went to Chuck E. Cheese (Sonel says Chucker Chesus) on Friday. Then on Saturday we went on our local trail to get some exercise. Hope is on roller blades and Sonel is on his Spiderman scooter. My daughter, Nikki and grand daughter, Delight, went also.

3 comments:

Amy said...

Praise the Lord!

~Amy in WI

One Crowded House said...

I am so glad he will be here longer!!!

Shelley said...

I just found your blog and have spent some time going backwards reading Sonel's journey. What a precious little boy he is!
I have a son, Xander, that was adopted from Ukraine in August of 2007, the week he turned 4 years old. He had bilateral clubbed feet and also has Down syndrome. The surgery pictures of Sonel are all very familiar to our journey. Xander had a very severe case of clubbed feet and his recovery was long after surgery and castings. He's now able to walk with a walker and we're still praying that the day will come when he can walk on his own.