Monday, April 12, 2010

The Best Way To Do Laundry bawling your eyes out.

I dump the laundry in a big pile on my bed, turn on The Locator, and fold (wipe eyes) fold (wipe eyes again) fold (sob, blow nose).


("We" network, Wednesdays and Fridays)


just call me jo said...

I was adopted. When I was 40 I searched out my biological mother, called her, and she rejected me again. I can't watch these shows. It's doubly sad for me. But I'm glad you enjoy it. It's nice for those people to be sure.

Michelle Glauser said...

That is a LOT of hugs. I've never heard of this show. Is it all adopted people?

Lia said...

Looks like a lovely show for those it works out for.
Unfortunately it's not always the case and having seen first hand how badly it can go wrong and how many people get hurt I can honestly say I would never do it again.

One day I will blog about it all.
But it does look like an amazing show.

much love

Ps got your email, thanks for that your a sweet heart. Some hoe you ended up in the junk box which I rarely read so I almost missed you.
But it should be okay now and hopefully you won't end up there again. I was horrified to find you in there, not a nice place for a wonderful Lady to be.
I have now reserved you a wonderful spot, near the pool and where you can eye up the boy candy while being pampered by my staff who will see to your every wish and whim.

L.A. Harker said...

Um. Wow. I don't get that channel, is it online somewhere? It looks amazing!

Omgirl said...

I think only maybe half or less are adopted parents looking for a child or adopted children looking for a parent. The rest are separated siblings, children separated from one parent through a divorce, or even friends, foster families, or other important/influential people to a child during their upbringing who they look for later. And most, at least 80%, are really happy, healing reunions. The few I've seen that have been bitter-sweet are ones where a child's one parent lost track of them after a divorce and only looked for them after decades. Sometimes the child didn't want much to do with the parent in a few of those cases. Those were a bit awkward. But usually they are so happy and touching. I always bawl!

kado! said...

i watch it but it just makes me wish he would answer the e-mail I sent him a while back! I want to find my birth mom and dad too...but have hit a dead end...TROY, if you're out there reading this comment...buddy, hook a sister up! LDS services won't hand over any important papers...I know if you look into it you could find me some answers! Please?! love the show though..

Anonymous said...

I've never heard of this show (and it's not on Wikipedia!) but it looks good!

kado! said...

hmm...Troy still has not stopped by...I'm keep waiting!

Mia said...

Heart wrenching. I think I need a hug.