How is 2012 shaping up for all you waiting-moms? Has the year been what you expected so far? For me, in many ways – yes! Our move to Amarillo has been a great transition. In other ways, no. Sunny isn’t as close to coming home as I had thought. Disappointment can bring out some ugly...
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My name is Cindy Foote. I'm married to worship songwriter, Billy Foote, who penned "You Are My King (Amazing Love)", "Sing to the King", and "You Are God Alone", to name a few. Together we have recorded worship CDs and traveled leading worship for nearly a decade, though Billy has been doing these things for two decades!
Most of what I know about music, songwriting and authentic living comes from Billy. Together we have two, going on three, children. Libby is currently 5. She was adopted from China at nine months of age. Gracie is 2 and was adopted from Ethiopia at 4.5 months old. Keemberlie (to be called Josie) is 7, but still resides in Haiti. We pray she comes home this year.
No Double Yellow Line is my dream come true. While its my debut as a songwriter it is more importantly an expression of my heart for adoption. It's my prayer that each song be a small window into our life as an adoptive family. A window that allows the listener to feel both the joy of adoption and the need for adoption/orphan care.
Lastly, No Double Yellow Line is dedicated to my girls. I cannot find enough ways to express my love for them.
Because Jesus lives,
PS. For more about our worship ministry or to read the individual blogs for each of our adoption journeys, scroll down and click on the appropriate picture to link to those sites.
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