So when we decided to go to TOG, we offered to take care packages to the kids of our friends and family. We were also hoping to meet our own sponsor child, Meseret, but unfortunately she was not there that day (second trip and still we haven't met her--we're hoping that the third time will be the charm:). I was also hoping to meet my mom and dad's sponsor child Zewditu and my aunt's new little girl, but they were also absent. Hopefully, we'll get to meet them all next time.
Although we were disappointed about Meseret, we were delighted to meet these next few kids.
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His eyes widened and the sweetest smile you've ever witnessed spread across his face as Girma showed him pictures of his sponsor family and named them one by one. Remember, he is a true orphan and he now knows that there is a family out there that is dedicated to supporting and loving him (even if it is from a distance)-just priceless.
sporting his new shirt and sandals (along with his pajama pants:)
And here is Nick's "little brother" Mitiku" who is sponsored by his parents. They sent him a backpack full of love-which he definitely cherished.
For more information specifically about Trees of Glory, contact Karen Wistrom at firstname.lastname@example.org and for information about Ethiopian sponsorship in general, contact Children's Hopechest at http://www.hopechest.org/.
BE THE HOPE FOR ONE!!!