“It was just a good day.”


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  1. powerful stuff – going to share this on Mix and across my family – great story for a Sunday

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  2. Boy, did this one hit me hard. Still crying. What a sweet child….

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  3. Absolutely….Especially moving in that given his background, I’m sure it could just have easily gone the other way. And God love his adoptive parents, too. Just a fantastic story all the way around….

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  4. Thank goodness you added the link, though I am a bit of a mess now…
    I shared it with my friend who does his Heroes post every Friday…

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  5. ❤ I'm not crying, you're crying. What a brave young man (and his dear family).

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  6. Every now and then you send a tear jerker and a post that tugs at my heart. Awesome share. Thank you. Thank you.

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  7. Such a wise, beautiful child, great dogs too…I’m having a hard time trying to stop crying,…/// I can’t find the right word(s) over all of Steve Hartman’s shares to describe Steve Hartman’s touch…for so many years he has made us aware of all the good in people…

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  8. So wonderful

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  9. Good days are better then bad days

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  10. what a wonderful story; thanks for sharing.

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  11. You would have to be a rock not to be moved by that story, David…….

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  12. This had me in a flood of tears, tears of gratitude that there ARE some precious children who are NOT completely and forever damaged by what the devil threw at them, for the foster parents whose hearts are large enough to take such a kid on…. I’m a sucker for such ‘feel good’ tales because I see and have seen many developments going in other directions. And especially with adopted children, foster parents enter hugly unknown territory because nobody ever knows ALL the experiences those poor children have suffered before finally finding a heaven and How the consequences thereof may affect the lives of ALL the family members for years to come.
    These however were tears of gladness and gratitude.

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  13. Unfortunately I can’t watch it from Canada!

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