I suppose that is a bit of a silly phrase, perhaps more appropriate for drain cleaner or something. It's manifestly obvious to those who care to see it that God is at work. Always, everywhere, providentially sustaining His creatures, working that which is well pleasing to Him, and working all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purpose.
But Ally has a family.
It's awesome to see God answering prayers. It's awesome to see God answering OUR prayers. Prayer is an amazing condescension of God - He makes it plain that we are to earnestly participate in the outworking of His will in the world around us. We cannot take credit - "Oh, yes, I prayed for that. Mhm. Maybe you should thank me." - is as absurd as it is blasphemous. The dog cannot take credit for the crumbs falling from the children's table. Yet we are commanded to beg God just so. Jesus says "when you pray...", "ask, and it will be given...", "if you ask anything in my name...", and God, who loves Jesus, hears us. Paul urges us to prayer, for all people in all places, and this first of all. John gives us some of the most intimate prayers of Christ himself in his gospel, and closes the Revelation with a prayer that echoes throughout the succeeding millenia - Come, Lord Jesus! The grace of the Lord Jesus be with all. Amen.
God hears prayer, rightly offered and rightly desired (see James), and God does His work. Ally has a family (and so does Madeline!) . Praise God, and keep praying for orphans. You never know how God will work, just that He will, and it will be for His glory.