It's like a field trip of sorts - but without the permission slip and sack lunch
I was gonna be all impressive and grown up, but it just didn't work out. I've known this was coming for weeks and had lined out some posts to automatically publish over the next two weeks so you guys wouldn't even notice that I was in Africa.
Yea, Africa. Life didn't quite follow my highly-detailed plan this past week and therefore I didn't get any posts lined out to publish tonight. I sat down to do it now, but my malaria medicine is making me a smidge loopy so I decided creativity probably isn't a wise attempt at the moment.
So, I'm gonna get personal and just tell you the truth. I tend to stay away from talking about the ins-and-outs of my personal life on here since Lark & Bloom isn't really about me as much as it is about us. And it certainly isn't an adoption or parenting blog. B I'll briefly take a moment and fill you in on whats happening with me.
This isn't news really if you follow me on social media, but I'm going to Africa tomorrow. My husband and I have been in the process of adopting for over four years now. It's been a long journey - a story for another day - but in November we shifted our plans and began the process of adopting from Burundi. We are hoping to adopt a set of siblings actually. I refer you to my previous post about doing the crazy thing.
If you've never heard of Burundi, I suggest you read about it. I will be giving my paperwork to the government officials in Bujumbura and be introduced to the amazing country nestled in the heart of Africa.
I went to Africa for the first time when I was 15. I have been back twice since then and am beyond excited to return again.
I am unsure if I will be able to blog from there, so we are gonna do something a bit different. I'll be posting photos from my trip on Instagram and I'd like to invite you along. Its kinda like a field trip of sorts, but you don't have to sign a permission slip or bring a sack lunch. It should be fun.
Follow me on Instagram @larkandbloom and come to Africa with me. We were made for adventure.
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