While I was in Ukraine I was interviewed by a local journalist. She wrote an article about a few of the families currently adopting from that orphanage. It was published on my "gotcha day" but I wasn't able to get a copy of it that day. I contacted Erin and Rob, my American friends who I really owe a phone call to, that were also adopting and asked if they'd ask for a photocopy of the article for me. A few weeks later I got a wonderful surprise in the mail- two copies of the article!
Unfortunately... I still don't know what it says! The photocopies aren't very good, but I think they're legible. But I don't speak Russian/Ukrainian (don't even know which language it's written in!) and I can't type in the Cyrillic letters to have it translated online.
So in the deep reaches of cyberspace... does anyone read these languages? I'd love to scan and e-mail it and get a translation of the article. I wish I could offer you something in return. Hmm... maybe I can think of something... If you can, would you leave me a way of contacting you in the comments or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
(Think that 6 degrees of separation can get me a translated newspaper article?)