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Does She Think of Me: A Birth Mother's Journey to Forgiveness

Does She Think of Me: A Birth Mother's Journey to Forgiveness

by Cathy Williams-Thrun, TBD


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"You're not permitted to see your child at birth." The nurse was cold and stern as she draped a curtain across the teenager's midsection. The baby's cries echoed off the cold operating room walls and boomeranged back to the girl's shattered heart. Wiping the tears from her eyes she desperately clung to her baby's fleeting shadow, cast upon the thin fabric that hung between them.

An unplanned pregnancy at seventeen, and the feeling they had nowhere to turn, forced a young couple to make a decision they would regret for the rest of their lives. Although Cathy and Joey had their entire future planned to eternity, nothing could have prepared them for this fork in the road. One decision, either way, would change the course of their love forever.

The pounding of her heart dances in rhythm to the methodical passing of time. How could nineteen painful years drag on like an eternity, yet suddenly fade in the blink of an eye? Anxiously waiting for the phone to ring Cathy accepts the unknown. Her future happiness depends on the questions she yearns to have answered. Did she make the right decision? Can her daughter forgive her?

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ISBN-13: 9780228822493
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 03/13/2020
Pages: 138
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

Cathy Williams-Thrun, the second of six siblings, was born in St. John's, Newfoundland, and raised in the Goulds, a small rural community south of St. John's. She moved to Ontario in 1981, where she currently resides in Stoney Creek with her husband, Ralph. Their blended family consists of four daughters, three son-in-laws, one son and five little blessings that call her Nanny. Writing down her story was initially meant to be a personal gift to her daughter, in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of their reunion, but manifested itself into this heartfelt memoir.

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