I recall insisting to my parents that we need to do this; we need to adopt a child. I even threw in a promise that I shall take it upon myself to take care of my brother or sister-to-be when I grow up by myself.
Quite a number of times did I make my request, until finally they gave me a word that when we move into the city we shall look into some orphanages and see what happens.
Writer: Cezane from Cezane Connects.
Written by Cezane for this, da-AL’s blog.
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2 thoughts on “Guest Blog Post: “The Mind of Mine,” in Cezane’s Exact Words – Part 3 of 7”
Interesting! This idea is actually amazing. Adopting a child takes a lot of courage.
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I agree, thelittlelai