I guess when you spend 41 years waiting on a piece of mail from your biological parents, waiting on an Catholic Priest to deliver DNA results should be a cake walk?
I’m 41 and I’m still waiting…
Which means I haven’t given up yet!
I am extremely thankful for Father Felix and his desire to have the willingness to help in this matter. I can’t even imagine how he is handling this or approaching it. All I know is he has ALL the information and God has him on an assignment. I am nervous. This is my last shot at ever having a chance at any of my biological family acknowledging me. With DNA proof they have 2 options. They either accept me and acknowledge me or they don’t. I can imagine it might take some time, but hasn’t enough time already been lost?
It reminds me of spending so much time waiting on my birth mother to keep her word in writing me. I spent over 20 years checking the mail and anticipating her letters and pictures. I wanted to read her feelings, see her hand writing, see a photo of her. In 1994 when I found her she PROMISED me she would write me. I wrote her. Would I be wrong for having a resentment about having to check the mail every day and being disappointed when I open the box and there never has and never will be anything from my biological mother or father? They have known my address but they had no desire to have a relationship with me but I still always had hope one day I would open the mailbox and get a letter from them. Sadly, every time I check the mail I still get disappointed.
Waiting, Waiting and more Waiting…
Praying, Praying & more Praying…
Adoptees, Never give up hope in finding your family & seeking your TRUTH!
2 thoughts on “The Waiting Game Lasts a Lifetime for Adoptees”
Just know that there are others that will sit beside you and wait too. And while we’re waiting on the same result together, we’re healing each other’s hearts <3. Love you Pamela!
Thank you my darling STARR!!!! :D:D:D<3 Means more than you know! Love you the most!!!