Wednesday, November 30, 2011

what's the difference?

What's the difference?

Taya is an incredibly photogenic, warm and smiley child, and that shines through in her photographs,’ says Alysia Lewis, owner of Urban Angels, the prestigious UK model agency that has signed her up.

‘We only open our books twice a year and select just a few new children each season.

‘The standard is high; the desire for places strong. Taya is one of 50 children we chose from 2,000 applicants.

Robyn is a curious, playful little girl with dark hair and giant brown eyes. She is very active, although she was born with a VSD.  She does have an umbilical hernia (many children with DS do, just weak stomach muscles).
Robyn is already 5 and has likely been transferred to a mental institution .

Two beautiful little girls.

One is celebrated and recognized for the treasure that she is.

One has been discarded and rejected .... and is every bit as valuable.

So what's the difference? Between life and death?


Please go HERE to help rescue Robyn.


Mrs. K said...

Keep up the good work. You have planted so many seeds and have seen quite a few bloom. 9 more days.

Liz said...

amen, sister. i was just having this discussion. every life is equally valuable. thank you for your blog- you are amazing at promoting these kiddos. i do promote them also, but mostly with my facebook. but lady, you have a gift! and you have the most gorgeous little girl to draw people to your blog. thank you for all you do!

Ilisa Ailts said...

Great post. Simple and to the point and exactly right - and extremely questionable.

Katrina said...

So true. I just had to deal with someone today who was upset that I am not adopting someone from America. So sad to think that people can't love all of God's children or understand the difference between a foster care home and an institution like what Carlene is in :(

Praying for all the children that still need homes in foreign countries and in America.

Carlene's soon to be momma :)

cathy said...

So proud of what YOU are doing