Saving His Sparrows

Saving His Sparrows
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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Passed By :(

The other night I dreamed I was  in an orphanage waiting room.  

Apparently I was waiting for an adoptive Mom to come out after visiting her child.

While I was there they brought out Samson on a gurney ...


He was about to be TRANSFERRED...

The Nanny hugged him...

I and the person I was with were wanting to keep him there...

Hoping that the adoptive Mom we were waiting for could add him to her adoption...

I didn't see the end of the dream...

Or what happened to Samson...

It was just a dream...

BUT...

What WILL happen to Samson?

When his profile was written he was still at the baby house...

Right now he is almost 7 1/2 years old...

If he has not already been transferred...

He likely will be soon :(

I have seen Samson on Reece's Rainbow in the past...

But I've always passed him by...

Never once posted his picture or his name...

But now I've chosen to notice him...

It is his turn to be seen!


Poor Samson has a number of significant and "scary sounding" health problems...

Cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and optic nerve subatrophy...

But despite this...

Caregivers who know him say he has a great personality!

Samson needs to be saved from the institution...

It is no place for a child!

He needs a family...

A family who will see past the scary diagnoses...

And see a lovely little boy...

Who is waiting to grow and shine and fill their home with joy!

Could he be yours?

Or could you share his story?

Samson needs to be noticed!


Please don't pass him by!

To see Samson's profile or donate to his fund click Here!



1 comment:

  1. Hello Pam, you don't know me but my name is Diane and my children and I are now prayer warriors for Emmitt, Carrissa and Jamison. I live in the Uk, my children are 19 and 14 years old. If you have any info on these children I would love to hear from you my addy is dmhallam@hotmail.com. I am hoping to do a fundraiser in the future for our prayer warrior children. God Bless you from the Hallams.

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