Then it happened. In one day a repost on China Adopt Talk.com drove more than a thousand hits (small potatoes for good bloggers but a big day for me) to my site and pfft he was gone. Nicely done ladies (gentlemen too . . . but mostly ladies). We salute you.
If you want to read about some very cool adventures of families that were brought together through the beauty and chaos of adoption in China then click here . . . and here . . . or here . . . and here too . . . or go to China Adopt Talk.com and poke around. And if you want some brilliant insight into what it is like to really live, really love and foster a beautiful baby in China then you should definitely try walking to China . . . the blog . . . not the actual hike . . . that would be silly.
One more thing — I’m realizing the irony of a post celebrating the removal of a picture of Osama Bin Laden which also includes the exact same picture of Osama Bin Laden but I read somewhere that irony tricks more people into reading your blog. I’m also realizing that if I trick too many people into reading this post then Osama’s picture will once again be in the top three and right over there with the angry bird which would be even more ironic . . . and trick even more people into reading my blog. I told you . . . this is fun.
AAND . . . the true irony? My son (who replaced Osama as #3 on the top three list) . . . his birthday?
(pause for dramatic effect)
September 11th. Whoa.
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