#Write31Days: Day 29 Conclusion

Well, it has been quite the month! I committed to posting each day about foster care, and I’m happy to say that I have done that! Full disclosure: I actually wrote ALL of these posts before October even hit, but at least I had one publish each day! I do have two days left in this challenge, but one day will be Scripture/Reflection and the other will be my last Shop Feature, so today is the day I wrap it all up!

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Yesterday I answered the FAQ’s, but please remember that if you ever have a question about foster care, I am more than happy to receive it, either here or through email: [email protected] Notice I said that I am happy to “receive” it. I can’t promise that I can answer it, but I will do my best to answer it, and I may at least know someone who can answer it for you!

In conclusion, I wanted to thank you for following along. If you read every post, or just a few here and there, it is always appreciated! I put a lot of time into writing this blog, and I hope that this series has been helpful and informational to at least one person out there. Feel free to share away…either individual posts or the whole series.

You can read all of the posts in the series by clicking on the post title below:

Day 1: Introduction

Day 2: Meet the Hines

Day 3: Shop Feature: Karla Storey

Day 4: Why We Chose to Foster

Day 5: The Process

Day 6: The Cast of Characters

Day 7: The Paperwork

Day 8: The Goal is Reunification

Day 9: Reflections

Day 10: Shop Feature: Ransomed Cuffs

Day 11: The Placement

Day 12: The Daily Life

Day 13: The Extra’s

Day 14: Bonding

Day 15: The Goodbye

Day 16: Reflection

Day 17: Shop Feature: Together we Rise

Day 18: Finances

Day 19: Rules

Day 20: Foster or Foster to Adopt

Day 21: Public Agency or Private Agency

Day 22: Books/Resources/Blogs

Day 23: Reflections

Day 24: Shop Feature: The Archibald Project

Day 25: How You Can Be Supportive

Day 26: How You Can Be Involved

Day 27: Myths on Why You Can’t Do It

Day 28: Frequently Asked Questions/Q&A

 

 

 

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