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  •  Very touching (4+ / 0-)

     You tell your story with a passion that is so heartfelt it brings a tear to my eye.  Don't ever give up on your quest to fill that hole but at the same time know that you have a sister and others that obviously love you and who I'm sure could help make you whole if you let them.  

    •  Red State Misfit you are (1+ / 0-)
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      so kind and it shows between the lines in the words you write to me today. Yes, I always put my whole focus and my heart in diaries pertaining to my life when I write about growing up as a child in San Antonio.

      I have received many touching comments like your in the past. But I do not try to yank tears from wonderful folks who join my pain and obvious anguished moments reading my diaries.

      I take much pride being able to share my experiences so in some part, somewhere among us, there are parents that can see such phenomenons of child abuse and abandonment that can strike without warnings.

      I try mightily, to bring awareness to those going through hard times at home. I know because I am a father, grandfather and husband to a lovely wife, and I wince each time I remember my rough upbringing and shudder at the thought that I could ever do what was done to me to my own children.

      I am sure you are a very nice person RSM. Thanks you for reading my diary.

      Old men tell same old stories

      by Ole Texan on Wed Aug 29, 2012 at 10:36:34 AM PDT

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