Thursday, October 19, 2006

Ladybug, ladybug....

A ladybug has been spotted! One of my students brought me the cutest and tiniest ladybug this morning. He found it in our classroom! I told him, "You know this is a sign of good luck, right?" He casually replied, "Yeah." It really made me smile. In the adoption community ladybug sightings are synonymous with incoming referrals. Lucky lucky mommies and daddies will be seeing their baby's face for the first time next week! (Typically, referrals come in toward the end of the month--around the 25th)

So here's to a little ladybug that brightened a teacher's day, a student's day, and foretold of great things to come!

(Thanks for the ladybug scissors Rachel! Abby will love them when she's old enough to use them!)

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2 comments:

MOM said...

DEAR SWEETIE HEART=====SO HERES TO A LADYBUG THAT BRIGHTENED SOMEONES DAY, THAT BELONGS TO A LITTLE GIRL IN CHINA THAT IS FAR FAR AWAY.THE LADYBUG BRINGS HER CLOSER WITH EACH FLUTTER OF HER WINGS, AND PROMISES HER MOMMIE OF MANY WONDEROUS THINGS. SO TO ALL THE LADYBUGS COMING FROM AFAR, BRING BACK LOTS AND LOTS OF FAIRY DUST TO SPRINKLE ON A STAR. THE STAR THAT SHINES SO BRIGHTLY IS THE ONE WE PRAY ON NITELY ,, TO OUR ABBY GIRL. SO IN CLOSING TO OUR ABBY GIRL AND HER MOMMIE AND DADDY TO BE, I WISH YOU LADYBUG HUGS AND MOONBEAN KISSES. LOVE FROM ABBY"S FOREVER FAMILY GRAN AND GRANDPA SADLER

Anonymous said...

DITTO! Well written Grandma Sadler! Made my eye spring a tear, brought a smile from ear to ear!! I have been acutely aware of all the ladybug stuff I see for months now...I think of you and Abby and of all the hearts she will touch upon her arrival and for the rest of her life.
Love,
Tiff