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Thursday, June 05, 2008

Picking up Eliseo's Passport

Last night, after prayer meeting, we loaded our van and are on our way down to the American Consulate in Los Cabos to pick up Eliseo's passport and born abroad paper. Provided Daniel feels better, we hope to make a quick trip to the states at the end of the month to see our family, friends and home church. Daniel wants to share with them, thank them, and we have a lot of hugs we want to give too :)
Normally, a passport/born abroad paper takes at least 6 weeks or more to process. My grandmother has been sick, and when we applied for Eliseo's paperwork, the consulate officer said he would try to put a rush on it in case I needed to go north for her furneral.
They got the passport there in 2 weeks. This is very amazing since Eliseo technically wasn't even an American citizen yet.
Grandma started to feel better last month...maybe the Lord allowed the passport to be ready early for Daniel.

Please pray for us as we travel (6 hours from our house to Los Cabos). Also pray as a couple of us aren't feeling very well...I think we picked up a flu bug. When we woke up this morning at the hotel, Daniel gathered us all around the bed to read from the Psalms. We then went around and each shared what the Lord has done for us that week. Oh, He is just so good! How we love Him!

Loading the van

Everyone in their pajamas and getting ready to pull out last night.
Sleeping in the hotel room last night

Daniel this morning....he feels better each day! Thank you Lord!
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  1. Praise God! You can definitely tell he's getting better. . .not as much yellowing in his skin and eyes.

    Have a safe trip!

    God Bless!

  2. Hi Jaynee and family,
    WOW!!!! Daniel looks great, will keep praying. That looks about like our travel stuff, you have to take so much don't you? How wonderful to be able to go see family, I know that will be a great reunion, and they will get to meet the baby too!! Many blessings to you all.

  3. I just lofe seeing your family and your quever (sp?) filling up. Our family doesn't even support our dream of having 4 kids so I can't imagine the support your family must be. What a magnificent blessing from the Lord.

  4. Praise the Lord! You can see Daniel is feeling better! :) I will continue praying for your family!

  5. Glad to hear he feels good. I don't even know you guys but prayed for him. your story really touched me.
    You had one busy night loading up the whole fam like that!!! Glad all went well!

  6. We are so glad to hear that Daniel continues to recover. I hope you all have a safe journey and that everyone feels better soon.

  7. Your family pictures are just precious. I love the one of Eliseo holding the passport. I'm glad I found this blog too!


    PS I posted a week or two ago about our trip to Mexico.


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