The Moonlight Nights
The story is a true story of an orphan girl who never believed that she could make it in life to see herself grown up. Saw herself in the United Kingdom, got married, had two wonderful sons who have both finished their first and second degrees. Everyone can make it with great determination and very hard work and endurance. Some people may be off ended with some of the details in the story, but it is a true story of someone who went to the United Kingdom as a house girl.
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