**Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It is about learning to dance in the rain.**

Monday, October 12, 2009

Another 5 months gone, wasted

So we have been waiting since May 15 for this certified resolution from the judge. Thinking once we got it, we would be moved directly back to the review process of PGN for approval. Well, last week we find out that the PGN finally received it. However, they immediately sent an “act” back to the judge stating they were not going to comply with the order and they are not wanting to review our case for approval. They basically want nothing to do with approving adoptions right now. I am assuming this is especially true for the ones that did not have the last bmi’s, which were an illegally “un-grandfathered” thing to start. Had they not added this new requirement last summer, she would be home with us right now!!!!!
We are now waiting for the judge to make a move. Our attorney says this is normal, back and forth between PGN and the judge. They eventually have to go with the order, but I am guessing it is somewhat like an appeals process. And who knows about this new unit, which involves the MP. Which was supposed to be set up due to the pressure from our Govt. to finish all the cases quickly. Yeah right.

Yep, you guessed it….more waiting!

They have no idea what they are doing to our family. I am at a loss for words, and am really trying hard to keep it together…

11 comments:

aunt nancy said...

Britt, just wanted to write a short
note, God has a plan for you, don't
give up, you have a strong faith,
and it will happen. thanks for
keeping everyone informed, love seeing her pictures and cant wait to hold her and give her lots of
kisses. aunt nancy

Derek and Jennifer said...

I am so sorry for you guys. My prayers continue to to be with you as you go thru this process.

Pam L said...

Hey Buddie!
Where would we be without each others shoulders to cry on! I know, we're both running out of encouraging words but we gotta keep tredging on! Our little girls need us! We're going to get through this and we'll be stronger Momma's for it. (I actually think I'm plenty strong now sooooo, you know, some good news just any day would be great for me)

We've got to keep praying and believing!

Will and Aileen said...

So sorry that you got more bad news. We'll keep praying for you and Kinsey until she is safe in your arms forever.

Steph said...

Are you freaking kidding me?? REALLY? WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE????? GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR...I know this doesn't sound very supportive, but I just want to hurt someone. You are so right, they have no idea what they are doing to your family...

Of course you are never giving up, of course you are fighting like crazy, of course you are finding new sources of strength and resilience you never knew you had, and of course your faith in God's plan is unwavering...but, it's also okay to be pissed off and feel like your going to fall apart.

And, sometimes it IS okay to fall apart because it is often in those dark moments when we find the strength to stand back up, faith renewed, and ready to keep fighting.

Hugs and lots of ranting from Ohio :)

Gardenia said...

they are incompetent -- all of them and indifferent. But thank goodness for God! He will move those mountains and wisk your girl home safe in your arms at the exact appointed time. He is in control. and I am praying for a little girl named Kinsey and her mother!

Stacie said...

I’m so sorry that things keep stalling with Kinsey’s case. It doesn’t make any sense for Guatemala courts to be playing the back and fourth paper game. I just want to scream!!! All these waiting children including Kinsey are around two thru three years of age…their has been more than enough time for birth-mothers to step forward. I just don’t get it especially when the birth mother interviews were not legal to begin with. I know your heart is just aching, but your not alone I pray for your family and Kinsey everyday. I know how blessed I’ am to have Maysa home….if she never had her BM interview she would still be waiting in Guatemala. I know it’s hard, but you haven’t been forgotten. Someone over there in the courts needs to find their heart and start being ethical to get these waiting children’s paper work signed off and get the grandfathered cases home! Enough is enough!

Michelle said...

I am so sorry...so very sorry. Jesus give you what you need in a BIG way!

The gFamily said...

I guess I am going to have to second what Steph said! I am SO MAD!!! I know as well, that it is not supportive to say that, but I am angry! What in the world! WHY?? What do they have to gain?

We are going to keep praying! Please let us know if there is anything else we can do! I am willing to go to Guatemala and.... do something?!!!

Big hugs to you all!

Sandy said...

I am soooo sorry...no more words...you must be going crazy. Praying...

The gFamily said...

Just checking in to tell you that we continue to pray for Kinsey and your family every night! Big hugs to you!