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Dear Mamma’s Hands,
I was born November 19th 1962 in Gary Indiana. I’m going home to be with my mom.
She was only 16 years old when I was born. My mom wasn’t ready to raise me so she left me at the hospital. My dad was 39 and didn’t want to raise me either so he found a family that could take me. I remember meeting my mom for the first time when I was 7 years old. My foster parents loved me and I always felt like I was part of their family. They passed away several years ago and I decided that I wanted to find my mom. I found her and though it took me a long time to accept and love her we have become best friends. I love her now, and I will always love her. I know that she gave me to my foster family because she knew that was best for me. She is old now and needs help. I came to Seattle because I was told that there was a lot of jobs out here. It hasn’t worked out so I’m going back home to be closer to my mom.
I would like to take this time to thank Mamma’s Hands for helping me return to my home.
God bless all of you.