posted on 06/06/2006 2:12:17 AM PDT
Well, God bless her. I wonder if the biological mother experienced any remorse, or follows her progress?
posted on 06/06/2006 2:30:05 AM PDT
Wow, what a story!
That brings tears to a grown man's eyes...
posted on 06/06/2006 2:50:21 AM PDT
To: Simmy2.5; Luke Skyfreeper
Great story Simmy2.5 Thanks for posting.
Steve, Leo, Kathy, Serene, Ashley.......wow.
Thanks for posting pic Luke.
posted on 06/06/2006 3:12:22 AM PDT
Such a beautiful baby.
posted on 06/06/2006 3:15:12 AM PDT
You got me all choked up with this story --
posted on 06/06/2006 4:31:16 AM PDT
(Keep the Faith - Congratulations - Albert - your Old Corps Now!- Go VMI)
Wow, nice story. She's a pretty girl too.
posted on 06/06/2006 4:34:34 AM PDT
(Yes, I did crawl out of a hole in the ground.)
Ok, so the police office just happened to stop at that particular spot to stretch his legs in the middle of the night and she just happened to cry loud enough for him to hear and low and behold he finds a baby. Then the adopted parents get a divorce when she's still very little and dad gets custody. And amazingly, she looks just like her adopted sister's kids. Very fishy.
posted on 06/06/2006 4:41:54 AM PDT
(I think the border is kind of an artificial barrier - San Antonio councilwoman Patti Radle)
This is a wonderful example of overcoming the odds..God bless her and the family who love and support her.
Thanks for posting the article!
posted on 06/06/2006 4:47:25 AM PDT
by SE Mom
(God Bless those who serve.)
Oh my gosh what a wonderful story!!! This is the second one I've read on Freerepublic this morning. As I told my son, who is currently reading the article about the boy who blew the roof off of his family's home, this is most definately an old lady "cry me a river" of sentiment story.
posted on 06/06/2006 4:56:05 AM PDT
should have had an abortion
posted on 06/06/2006 5:53:01 AM PDT
(I no longer fear death. I only fear the day when the DUmmies take over.)
Words cannot describe the joy and hope of this story.
posted on 06/06/2006 7:25:35 AM PDT
('Thou hast conquered, O Galilean!' (Julian the Apostate))
Darn blurry monitor...
This is one special young lady.
posted on 06/06/2006 7:33:07 AM PDT
Wow, what a story. I hope this young lady makes the most of her life--and that her biological mother has repented of her horribly wicked act.
posted on 06/06/2006 7:36:43 AM PDT
(Ginty for US Senate -- NJ's primary day is June 6 -- www.gintyforsenate.org)
"It makes me feel like I'm here for a reason. I'm here to do something with my life,'' said Ashley, who will attend the University of Arizona in the fall on a scholarship. "I'm not here to sit around and cry and waste my time thinking about what happened to me.''
Wow ~The world's a better place with Ashley in it.
posted on 06/06/2006 7:56:57 AM PDT
("the [evil Marxist liberal socialist Democrat Party] alternative is unthinkable" ~ Jim Robinson)
You can see the hand of God in this story. What a blessed child.
posted on 06/06/2006 8:57:58 AM PDT
by Texas Mom
(Two places you're always welcome - church and Grandma's house.)
Thanks for posting the story, great start to my day!
One wonders if, late at night, this young lady can hear the whispering noise from the angel she surely has been watching over her.
posted on 06/06/2006 10:16:20 AM PDT
(Choose between the lesser of two evils and in the end, you still have, well, evil.)
Excellent story, and a happy one at that. However, it highlights what a pi$$-poor job the state of CA did in placing this child. The father seemed to really love her, but for the state to place this child into the described 'stormy relationship' was beyond the pale. There is no mention of the 'mother' whatsoever after the fathers death. Very strange.
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