In print

On Facebook a few months backĀ  I cryptically updated about some good news I’d received. But I tend to not believe in the COMING of good luck; I trust only in the ARRIVAL of good luck. So I couldn’t be too specific about what the news was.

But yesterday the proof arrived in the mailbox.

Adoptive Families magazine published a condensed version of my 6-part blog series on my daughter’s reunion with her birth father, Joe. The article will be available online in a few weeks, or you can pick up a copy of the May/June issue at your local bookstore.

This is the first time that the magazine has featured two birth father stories in the same issue. I recommend that you read both articles, as the one adjacent to mine offers insight into the complexities of open adoption, as well.

Speaking of adoption, there are a couple of posts up on the Open Adoption Examiner you might find interesting. One is on Sandra Bullock and the other is about the upcoming cross-triad book tour around LifeGivers, with author participation by Jim Gritter. There is still room and time to sign up.

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  5. Lori, this is fantastic. So proud of you … I just read your Jai Ho Perfect Moment too, WOW.

    You really live life, yannow??

    XOX

  6. Amazing.  So glad that even more people will be able to read your words and be inspired by you and your family.

  7. WOOHOO!  That is awesome, Lori!  I continue to be inspired by your and your family and the work that you do to advocate and educate about open adoption.

  8. How very awesome!!  I am so excited for you.  Your story is so important and so well written it is only fair it be shared with as many people as possible.

  9. Congrats on the article.  It’s great to give your stories a bigger platform and to have more people pick up on your great moments.  

  10. Do I stalk the coolest peeps OR WHAT???  I will be picking up MY copy and getting the issue autographed at our next meet up!!!  CONGRATULATIONS my ROCKIN’, AMAZING, TALENTED FRIEND!!!

  11. I was at the hospital Friday to have tubes put in my son’s ear and READ THIS ARTICLE!  How crazy is that.  It was a wonderful piece — thanks for sharing, and congrats!

  12. Congratulations!
    (Apparently I didn’t read about the switch over to the new digs so I was wondering why you’d been so silent…you weren’t I just couldn’t hear you.)

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