You may think it's crazy, a little over the top, but I talk to my dad every day. You see we have 51 years and 11 months to catch up on. That's 18,615 good mornings, 18,615 good nights, 54,495 corny Dad jokes, and a million I love yous. You can start at the beginning and read about how I found my … [Read more...] about Do You Talk to Your Dad Every Day? I Do
My adopted parents were wonderful. They loved me. After all, they picked me to be their very own child. I had a good childhood and never wanted for anything. Although they did their very best to make me feel as if I belonged, I look back now and realize that I always felt a little disconnected. … [Read more...] about Answers to the Questions I Have Had All My Life
In my last post I spit in the sucker and mailed it back. Then we waited and it didn't take long to show that I was indeed Susanne's dad. I am here to tell you that it was instant love. Even before the DNA results. I wanted it to be true and so did she. We exchanged pictures and we Facetimed … [Read more...] about And so we meet
I found my dad in September. I had no idea what to expect when I reached out in a message on Facebook to this man I had never met. Would he be shocked? Would he be happy? What if he didn't believe me? What if he wanted nothing to do with me? And how do you catch up on 52 years? Be sure … [Read more...] about How Do You Catch Up On 52 Years?
In 1967 a beautiful baby girl entered the world. Her mother immediately gave her up for adoption. Her father didn't even know she was born. She was adopted by a loving couple but lost her adoptive mother when she was eight and her adoptive father when she was just twenty five. Meanwhile her … [Read more...] about 1967 was a very good year…
I came into this world on November 16, 1967, spent my first day on this earth with my mother and then never saw her again. I was given up for adoption. The story of my life was re-written in an instant. In July of 2018 I began searching for my birth parents. It has been a long emotional year, … [Read more...] about Searching For My Birth Parents