The Cry That No One Heard

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 9, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 633 pages
As the years went by I didnt think about how much yell was putting me down until we had moved to Louisiana and then back to Oregon. You call yourself a mother and in your heart you could never do wrong. What kind of a mother would do that to her own daughter? You all would always tell me that I did not belong with you guys well you know youre right I dont belong to none of you. So you know all of you guys were wrong in what you have done. One day I will find my children.

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It was
Growing up is getting tougher
The Break for Freedom from Bill
Bill Returns
Bill is finely History
Black Tuesday
Bad News
I lost my best friend
Moving to Portland Oregon
Moving To Florida
Moved to Mississippi with Bubba
The Boats paid
We move to Alabama
Moving Back To Mississippi
Running from the Hurricane
Keith and I moved back to Mississippi

Moving Back to Oregon
The day I met Jerry

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This is a true story from my birth till 2006. The events from my mothers abusage in my child hood, She marring me off at the age 15 to a man old enough to be my father. I had a boy two girls. If you thought Mother Dearest was bad that move cost me my daughter’s life. Mother got away with two kids where taken the welfare never investigated what really happen to my daughter it was in all the national news in 1974. They had me to sign medical papers then snuck adoption papers in on me.

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