Chinese Heritage Camp, which starts tomorrow. This is our third year at Heritage Camp You can click here here here here here and here for details from last year's camp) and Zoe and Maya are old hands now. The girls are looking forward to learning more kung fu, Chinese cooking, and Chinese dance. I'm looking forward to the showing of Wo Ai Ni Mommy on Friday and hearing Amy Eldridge of Love Without Boundaries on Saturday.
Tonight I'm sitting in our hotel room with six -- count 'em! -- six girls adopted from China watching Kung Fu Panda! We're hosting movie night for the three nights we're in Tulsa. The girls are chowing down on popcorn, goldfish and lemonade and laughing uproariously at the antics of the panda. I'm enjoying watching them more than the movie!
More details to come as heritage camp progresses . . . .
Crocodile tears for immigrant children.
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