Thursday, March 31, 2011

Adventures in Multicultural Living Remembering the dolls of Girls' Day, facing forward from Japan's tsunami - voices of adoption at rainbowkids.com

The first time I went to visit my parents in Hawaii, I went during mid-winter break at the end of February, scheduled to return to Michigan on March 1 or 2. Strangers were indignant. “What? You’re leaving before Girls’ Day?”

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