i once was lost but now am found
i really want to shout from the rooftops that our 30 year search for my husbands birthfamily is over!
we now know who they are, and have met some. next weekend we will meet more. it is the most wonderful news in the world to us, and i know he is so happy, which was really why i kept at it. i love this man so much, i would do anything for him. my best friend and soul mate, i sometimes feel guilty that i am so lucky to have someone like him.
we always knew his birth name, it was on his adoption papers. his father had shown them to him when he was 11. he has told me how different he always felt. not really fitting in with a family that came after him. a family of blue eyed blonds, german and swedish heritage. we now know his is english/irish/scottish. he always had red in his hair. his birthmom is a redhead, as are her sisters.we now have pictures, lots of them he always said thats all he ever wanted to see and now, he has many. his name, his religion, his heritage, his family. taken away from him at birth, now returned at 63.