I received this e-mail from Sara this morning. Though I didn't ask for permission to post it here, Sara is happy to have her story shared by whatever means possible. I'm sure she'd be okay with it.
Hello and good morning,
I arrived home last evening after my trip to Washington, D.C. where I was invited to share Eli's story before the House Foreign Relations subcommittee. I had the opportunity to meet with a number of key government representatives to do all I could to get them involved with Eli's case and that of countless other children being wrongfully retained in foreign countries.
[Here] is a link to the full hearing - my bit starts around 1:08, but each testimony is a compelling story of the struggles that so-called 'left-behind parents' face.
Thank you for your support and prayers!
Sara and Eli, too!
For further details regarding Sara and Eli's journey, click on their photo on the sidebar or see the Bring Abdullah Home (AKA Eli) label on the sidebar.
ETA: Sara e-mailed me this afternoon saying that yes, I have her permission to post the e-mail she sent. She wants to get the information out about Eli to everyone that she can. Feel free to link on.