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My difference.

Hi I'm Daisy. I'm 15 and I live in Arizona. I am different from your average kid. I was born in Texas and stayed there
until I was five. During that time I lived with a poor family of just my mother Chenelle and my father David and my twin
sister Mimi. We lived in a small alleyway in the streets. I was poorly fed and grew up around criminals who prowled into
our alleyway at night to hide from the cops.
My new family was on vacation in Texas to visit their relatives. They had seen me on my daily rounds of begging for food
and had asked who I was. I told them my story and they asked me if my parents were alive and if so where they were. My
father had died in an inciddent with a criminal just the day before and my mother was severly sick. My sister had been
watching her at home instead of going out begging with me.
I brought the woman to my mother. The woman asked if she could take us in to care for. My mother said her time had come
and it was useless to try and nurse her back to help. She said her daughters must stay healty and she wanted only the
best for us. Mimi cried and was reluctant to go with the woman. My mother told the woman to put Mimi in an orphanage.
The woman explained to my mother about adoption agencys. My mother accepted as long as we were both given a good home
and got to see eachother often. The woman complied to my mother's terms and took me in.
She sent Mimi to and adoption agency but the family who wanted to tae her in were travelers and I would not get to see
Mimi ever again if they took her in. The woman begged but Mimi was forced to go with them.
Now I have yet to meet up with my sister again. I live with this fgamily back in Arizona. You can learn mo0re about my
new life in my Profile. Please feel free to comment. Goodbye for now.
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  ribbon20 — Page created: 7 January 2007
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