Saturday, September 16, 2006

If you like heartwarming stories.....

go and read this one about an adoptive child finding her birth father and learning what she believes to be her purpose in life.

http://www.dailymail.com/story/News/+/2006091544/W.Va.+native+a+real-life+princess

11 comments:

-E said...

Thanks for linking to that story. It is stories like that that give hope a leg up in this world.

Michele sent me.

Merle said...

Hi Judy ~ Great story of Sara, yhanks for sharing it. I love the center-
piece, it s just beautiful. Thanks for your comment. Take care, my friend,
Merle.

Pearl said...

That sounds like a good place to go. thanx.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What an amazing story...I'm surporised a film has not been made yet about this..A documentary...Something! This is one of the most dramatic stories I've ever heard about the finding of a Birth Parent. I know there are many many amazing stories---but this one...taking you to Africa...and the subsequent happenings there....It certainltseems like a perfect story for Oprah, doesn't it? Thanks for this Judy...

Sue said...

Thanks for the link! Quite the compelling story...

inanna said...

I know, isn't that just amazing??

Raggedy said...

Wow! What a wonderful story!
Thank you for sharing it with us.
She really is a princess.

Have a wonderful day!
*^_^
(=':'=) hugs
(")_ (")Š from da Cool Raggedy one

srp said...

Great story Judy and close to your heart I know. We need more stories of good things that happen, don't we.

Carolyn said...

Wow, I'm thinking Morgan Spurlock better get busy filming this girl's documentary. Maybe he could even live there 30 days and film what's it like for them.

mar said...

That is a wonderful story, thanks for the link. I think I have mentioned it before, we have adopted twins in our family, their parents were nearly 20 yrs old when they were born and they already had 2 kids and no money. I often wonder what the future will bring for these two sweet blondies, who are 7 right now... Theres is always a touching story behind every adoption. And that's from both sides!

Merle said...

Hi Judy~~ Nice adoption stories, and as you know they interest me. Thanks for your comments. If I ever get some spare tme I will try for childhood memories.
Take care, Cheers, Merle.