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Posted: 12/30/2009
Note: Names, Identifying informaiton and details may have been altered to protect personal identities.

Hello all!!! December 7, 2009 is now "New Mother's Day" for me. I just wanted to give you an update on what's transpired since then.

Yesterday, I packed 2 UPS boxes to go to my birth mother in Florida. One box has all my photo albums I want to share with her and my 2 sisters and extended family. One box has things just for Clarice (my birth mother), being my first baby shoes, Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls for my niece to have as a keepsake, a portrait my Mom (adoptive Mom and always Mom) had done when I was 3 or 4 years old that I'm the spitting image of my birth mom, school art and papers written including a paper I wrote when I was 10 about how special being adopted is, etc. I leave Friday 12/20 for Tampa, where they are picking me up for a short weekend where I can meet Clarice, Sherry, Gracie, and extended family.

My sisters and I are all 1/2 sisters. My younger sister looks just like me! No one can doubt that we are sisters. They are all "jean people," casual in dress, so it makes it easy to pack. My adoptive parents never owned a pair of blue jeans. I'm very much a jean girl...I knew there were "good genes" somewhere in her family! It is so amazing that aspects of my personality can actually be passed down genetically! I always thought my preference was a rebellion or something, but now I am discovering that it is just one of many quirks I have in common with my birth family!

The parallels are incredible. For instance, my mother played the flute in marching band...so did I. I was very much into horses, so was my younger sister. Everyone says I should have been a vet because of my rescues
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