Two mothers and three fathers and only four years old. Will I ever find my real mother? And who is my Father?
World War II did not just have lasting consequences for the people who went to fight, it changed the lives of ordinary people, forcing them to make choices they later lived to regret. My parents were just such people.
Fast forward half a century and I have three daughters, one ex-husband, accumulated innumerable hours sitting alone at hospital bedsides, countless tears, and very little money to call my own.
But then I find myself with a group of Christian missionaries on the edge of the sand-swept Sahara where I make a decision which will finally bring me the acceptance and restoration I have been searching for my whole life. Finally I have found someone I can whole-heartedly call Father. And so unfolds the most extraordinary chapter of my life so far.
This is the story that takes me from being unwanted, abused and neglected to finding peace, forgiveness and, at last a future.