Yesterday, Alicia and her entourage traveled to Harrisburg to get our paperwork apostilled, which seems to be a governmental notarization of the notary that notarized our paperwork - or something like that. Today, we (Alicia, Alexa and myself) made the journey to New York City and back again. We had to take our paperwork to the Honduran Consulate in New York to have them look it over and give us a letter saying that they have reviewed the paperwork, and made sure that the notarization of the notary has been notarized correctly. Since we were heading up to New York, we were able to take some of the paperwork from our agency with us. So not only were we able to complete our paperwork, we were able to help the other eight families from Living Hope Adoption Agency with their dossiers in Honduras. The people at the Honduran Consulate were great, and helped us get done everything that we needed, and we were leaving New York city an hour and a half after arriving. Our journey home took us through Fort Washington to drop off all of the paperwork at Living Hope. We were told that our paperwork should be in the mail later today, so now we wait once again.