Robin

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Retired, Amateur Artist
Location Sanford, Florida, United States
Introduction I am one of the estimated 2 to 6 million women who, as young, unmarried girls, had children taken for adoption during the Era of Mass Surrenders (EMS). I am now reunited but am determined that we, as a group who suffered the worst kind of isolation and discrimination, find justice for our cause. Ann Fessler wrote about us in her best-seller, "The Girls Who Went Away." Many of those "girls" that are featured in this book are my friends. I have four chidlren, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and have a right to be treated with respect as an adult. No more shame, blame or put-downs will be allowed to go unaddressed. I am also a woman with ideals, values and philosophies. Like everyone else, I have a right to be heard.
Interests Adoption-related activism, writing, painting, cooking and enjoying my wonderful husband, children and grandchildren, our two Rat Terriers
Favorite Movies The Quiet Man, Sabrina Fair, Pillow Talk, The Exorcist, Star Wars (all of them), Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Imitation Of Life, Bell Book and Candle, All The Indiana Jones Adventures, the "Blade Trilogy, " the "Matrix Trilogy, " "Avatar, " "Lord o the Ring Trilogy, " All The Old MGM Musicals, especially the ones with Fred Astair or Gene Kelly
Favorite Music Classical (mostly Baroque), Celtic, vintage Rock and Roll, Reggae, Swing, New Age, Broadway show tunes and some Country Rock
Favorite Books "The Girls Who Went Away", "Pride and Prejudice", "Sense and Sensibility", "Lost Horizons", "The Handmaid's Tale, " "Carrie, " "King Solomon's Mines, " "Profiles In Courage" by JFK, "Dracula" by Bram Stoker, "Salem's Lot" by Stephen King, "Interview With The Vampire" by Anne Rice (love the genre), Anything by Catherine Coulter, Sandra Brown, James Patterson, all the Alex Cross series

Sponges and tongues are frequently misspelled. Is it because both are thirsty?

No...it is because people are no longer being taught how to spell.