Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
Sam, who cares for my golden tresses, found her birth family. I didn't even know she was looking.
I'm going to see her tomorrow, so I hope she'll tell me more about the search.
For now, here's the link to a story that ran on a local TV station: https://goo.gl/FXU1Jq
I continue to edit!
I'm off to follow that link. Take care.ReplyDelete
I love it when these stories turn out well!ReplyDelete
I suppose the ones that don't turn out well don't get reported on. But still, it's really good to read about family finding each other and being happy about it.
What a nice story. I can only hope she continues to find happiness with her "new" family.ReplyDelete
Wow. I don't know how I'd react from either side. My father was adopted and decided never to seek out those birth parents. Not even to find out if there's a medical history. That curiosity to find out that integral piece of your personal history has to be overwhelming.ReplyDelete
Glad this adoption story has a happy 'ending', Junie. So many don't. I hope they find their little brother, too, to make their family complete.ReplyDelete
What a great story! That airport scene *sniff*. So happy these siblings have reunited.ReplyDelete
I've never wanted to trace my birth mother, but I can understand why many adopted people do. I hope it goes well for her.ReplyDelete
That is so exciting!! So happy for them both. :)ReplyDelete
That is so sweet. Funny too, because my next door neighbor just told me last week, because of me, doing my DNA, she decided to do hers and found out that her father isn't her bio dad. She confronted her mom and then went to find him on Ancestry and low and behold, there he was. He had no idea he had a daughter. So last week, she and her husband flew to Hawaii to stay a week with him.ReplyDelete
Congrats to your friend. Good luck with the editing.ReplyDelete
Are you trying to send chills? Well, I appreciate it because it's been awfully hot. I couldn't run the story by I saw your girl (and her dad?). Very happy! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
The man is her older brother. It turns out she's one of five children.Delete
Mazel tov to Sam!!ReplyDelete
Wow! I think this is wonderful and she probably didn't want to hurt you by saying she was looking. This type of story always reminds me of my half-sister AnneReplyDelete
I seem to have given you the wrong impression. I call Sam my girl because I love her, but she's not my adopted daughter.Delete
Wonderful story, Janie. So many look and don't find. It's lovely to read about answered questions.ReplyDelete
It will be easier for her to talk than you, so get your succinct questions lined up.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness!! I love hearing these kinds of stories.ReplyDelete
Awwwww! What a heartwarming story. Their lives will never be the same.ReplyDelete
Happy Mother's Day, sweet lady.
Wow, what a cool story! I can appreciate a little heart-warmth here and there. This definitely fulfilled that need.ReplyDelete
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