We have some new developments to share. I’m hesitant to label it either good or bad so I’ll just spill it: Mia’s mother is alive. Normally great news, yes, however the revelation unearthed some daytime-television-worthy drama amongst Mia’s relatives. As one could expect, this launched a whole new world of emotion for her and set Mia’s mind to wonder why she ever wanted to search for her family in the first place. It’s a worthy question for someone who’s been through everything that she has.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
When you’re hearing that a trip might be delayed a week, it’s a bit easier to rest your worry on the Lord than when you hear it could be delayed by a month, give or take a few days. This is where we’re at, still waiting in Vancouver.
We are headed to India as a media team prepared to document a story about a girl reuniting with her family after being dropped off at an orphanage nearly 20 years ago. We want to show the successes she’s had since graduating college in the fashion industry and get a glimpse of what life is like in New Delhi for her now. We will take her back to Child of Mine’s Dar-ul-Fazl Children’s Home so that she can reconnect with the staff who became her pseudo family and reminisce over the childhood spent in the hills there. Then we would change direction and head for the family she never knew; reconnecting her with the mother who gave her a life that she couldn’t give Mia herself.