Thursday, June 19, 2008

13 comments:

Janice said...

Good Morning,
We love the photos. Thank you for sharing them with us. It's like we are there with you but from the comfort of our home. Looking forward to meeting Luke in person.
Forest City Nicholson's

Matt & Katie said...

Dave, I hope that you are feeling better soon. We all can not wait for you to get back-unless that means you will stop blogging because I do not know how many people are living from day to day with your blog. Thanks for all the details it has been great. It almost feels like we are there with you going through the whole process with you. Luke personality sounds like he will fit in perfectly with the family-HAHA. I did have one question, "how did Luke act when you went to orphanage"? I heard earlier that China is a big fan of soccer, I hope that you are instilling that in him to be a soccer player. Will see you soon Matt

Anonymous said...

Oh, good!! Another installment of the Nicholson blog! Now I can get to work and get something done for the rest of the day. I wait each day for the daily news from you guys. Dave, find some zinc tablets to ward off your cold! Hope you're feeling better soon...
Love, Em

Trisha said...

missy sue...so glad to hear from you, and coley boley, shelber welbers and pipey poo!!! it is so funny that you all are checking your blog (comments) as much as all of us are. seriously, we are all waking and checking the blog and you are doing the same 1/2 way around the world. DAV, sorry about the sniffles but really the visual was a bit much to take this early in the morning!!!!! and, i do think you look stunning holding the petunia pickle bottom! so thankful for all the answered questions. you know us girls need details....plus, they are having great sales here at janie and jack and needed to know sizes, etc.
it seems as tho his transition has been smooth, i'm so thankful. God is good!!! we love you all, and can't wait for you guys to get home! hurry!!!!!!
p.s. so sad about the squeaky shoes, but maybe when you get to your next destination!!!!! cole---i guess instead of the squeaky shoes i will sacrifice and you could buy me some rare gems or possibly some freshwater pearls!!! teehee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Salzer's said...

So nice to hear from you Missy and to get your "mom" perspectives. Interesting pictures, makes me sad....Can't wait to see you and Luke in person...take care of Dave!

Blessings!
Lisa

Anonymous said...

HI! I, too am hooked on the blog and I don't really like computers... HA! Guess I just jumped into the 21st century. I agree with Em. Dave needs some coldeze quick! The iced tea looked yummy. Love to all. A. Kathy

Jenny said...

I bet it was nice to see where Luke had been. I am amazed how nice it is! Does he respond to his name yet? Jenny

Cindy said...

D,M,C,S,P,L,D & L,
Hello to all! Thanks for sharing your experiences & photos. Luke is precious. Your blog is a bright spot in the day & I look forward to your updates. Christine wants to know when Shelby will return & I want to know if there are dogs in China? -just wondering what Luke will think of Ginger. Keeping you in prayer. Godspeed.
Love, Andreasens

Matt & Katie said...

This is what I love about you guys. In this blog entry everyones personality comes shining through with what they say. I can almost hear your voices and tones as I read it=) Sounds like it was an eventful day. Still counting down the days until you are finally home...ALL OF YOU!!! Not much going on here. Since the strom it has been beautiful. Amelia is waiting for her lessons and Elijah...not so much. He is doing way better than last year but I know Dave can fix it=) So happy for you guys. Shout out to A. Linda and U. Bill, I am so glad you are there for all of this. So any more babies we are wanting after the visit today;) PS Dave the last two entries you talked about your "body", wonder what you have in store for them I mean us tomorrow...

Aunt Sue said...

Hi all,
I haven't sent a comment because I''m not very computer literate, but if Grandma Morton can do this I guess I'll try too!!!
It's so exciting checking your blog each day. It makes us all feel a part of this wonderful experience. Luke is so cute and it looks like everyone is happy and having fun. We can't wait to meet Luke at the Dells in a few weeks. What a wonderful blessing Luke is!!
Aunt Sue and Uncle Tom

Anonymous said...

Hey guys - I know you are done reading these posts today or is it tomorrow? I am so confused, anyway thought you might want to check out the dbulls website. www.dbulls.com - check the box score!!

Miss you guys - can't wait to read your next entry.

Flash

Anonymous said...

See--Shelby and Piper are already into baby-sitting Luke. Missy, you will have it made! The weather here is beautiful--not too hot. I just went to lunch with the Eat Out Lunch Bunch of old girls. Everything here is going along normal-like. Cole got to go as an adult to the fancy restaurant. Well, since he can drive soon, I guess that's ok. Linda, don't worry about Will and the "kids" as they are doing ok. They miss you, tho. And, I do too!!!!Love You Lots, Mom,(Grandma-Gammy)

Barbara Francis said...

Dearest one and all, I had the chance to read each comment and view the great pictures of your new, God given family! Just makes me tear up!! It sounds like you are all having fun together...not surprising!! I am here in Orlando just praying and praising God for all the beautiful details he worked out for you to have your Luke. Just think, one day you will show these pictures to him, tell and re-tell the story of how he came to you. Love you all and cannot wait to hug his little neck. xoxoxo Barbara and Bof

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