The Crew

The Crew
Christina, Matthew, Joshua and Katie Grace XiHua

Thursday, February 26, 2009


  So, I wanted to finish going back and telling about the 2nd vision that I had so there is a complete view of why we are here, now,  planning to adopt.  Please understand, that having these 2 visions has been quite an experience for me.  It's not like I have visions every night!  In fact, I have had some similar experiences throughout my life, but not often, and none so real and visually clear as these.  About 2 months after the 1st vision (which you can read about on my first posting) I had a 2nd one. This was in January.  This vision happened very quickly.  I awoke in the middle of the night to see a little girl standing in my room.  This girl, however was younger than the girl in the first vision (maybe 2 or 3yrs old).  She again was Asian looking with almost shoulder length, black hair and bangs.  She was holding in her hands a stack of papers, which I knew to be adoption papers or for some reason I was thinking fundraising papers (having to do with the adoption either way).  I was sitting up looking at her, and I said, "Who is that?" She then quickly ducked behind the side table somewhat playfully.  I said, "It's okay, you can come out" (I'm not really sure why I said that!) But she was gone.  I stayed awake after that and thought about it so I would remember.  I had a sense she was where a lot of other children were.  So, because the 2 girls were different ages, I think that maybe they just represent a child in general that we are to adopt, or perhaps it was the same girl at a younger age in the 2nd vision.  Like we are going back in time to the adoption from where she would be.  

1 comment:

  1. Hi Annie, Welcome to the adoption and blogging world! Congratulations on your great decision, how wonderful to add a little human being to your already wonderful family!! I too had a vision about our twin girls from Thailand and my husband believed me and we ended up adopting Jasmine and Juliet. We were living in Thailand at the moment. It was a magical experience which is hard to describe in words and now I am a mother of these beautiful girls that enrich our lives so much. I am sure this will happen to you to. Chock Dee, as they say in Thai for Good Luck!


Many hungry children near the boarder of Myanmar and Thailand-click on photo