Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Justice??

12 comments:

KJS said...

My heart is just breaking seeing that picture of Aly looking so sad. I wish there was something, anything that I could do to have her home with her mother where she belongs. I am so sorry.

Anonymous said...

There are no words comforting enough to give you. This breaks my heart into tiny little pieces, seeing her unhappy little face. Please know that I care so very much.

Anonymous said...

Above from Barb.

kirsten said...

Linda-
That photo just brought tears to my eyes. There is no justice. No words. I am so sorry, if only there was something I could do to bring her home.

Kristi said...

I've been following your blog & story through RQ. My heart has broken for you & sweet Alyssa. No words...just big cyber hugs.

cw said...

I can't say anything that hasn't already been said but know you both are still in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything that can be done.
hikinglorax

Anonymous said...

I cannot think of any words that would be adequate. My heart breaks for you both, many hugs and prayers. J

Dana said...

I followed your journey on RQ for a long time. This breaks my heart to see. Wish there was something we (the adoption community) could do to fix this. Hugs to you and Alyssa.
KYMama (from RQ)

Jolene and Dan Powell said...

My heart just aches and breaks for you and Alyssa. Big hugs, and know that I am praying for you both.

kccmom from RQ (usually on sn board, but I found your story on RQ)

SoccerMom said...

Will you please let us know if there is anything we can do to help. You know that there are many, many people here that you can count on.
Annemarie

Kelley said...

I wish there was some chance you could get your child...the fact that you got that picture makes me want to hope, but I don't know the whole story, so I don't know if there is reason for hope right now. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers.,
Kelley
(patience4kathryn)

emergency supply kits said...

I read your all blogs. This photographs just brought tears to my eyes. There is no justice. No words. I am so sorry, if only there was something I could do to bring her home.