There may not be any Black Friday shopping this year but I couldn't be happier that we have a house full of groceries. Besides running to the store here and there and grabbing just enough, we haven't bought groceries in months. In July, God gave us a sixteen year old girl who came in with a Walmart sack of clothes. One month later she left with an abundance. That same month, here came two cuties who needed shoes and such. Then a baby girl who arrived with only four onesies and two sleepers. All while Little Foot is practically sprouting overnight. But there was always dinner. Always a couple of dollars to grab lunch when running all over creation.
Please don't mistake me for bragging. When in reality, it takes a lot of reaching out to others and asking for their help in supporting these kiddos. It goes hand in hand what I do for a living. If you know me, I'm not afraid to ask someone for support when it comes to a Boyd School need.
Foster care is so hard. So incredibly hard. Please reach out to a foster family and ask if you can fold their towels or bring them some toilet paper or paper cups. It really does take a village to do this.
How in the world do people think the majority of foster families do this to earn extra money? #fostercareloves #arrowmama #raisingarrows