A Poignant Moment for Me


My daughter Naomi didn’t begin life with many advantages. She was born in one of the poorest countries and was one of it’s most destitute members. She was as starved as one can be and still survive, weighing only 12 pounds as a two year old toddler. When we picked her up from the orphanage, she didn’t even own the clothes on her back.

But two years after her adoption, there she was… eating bacon wrapped scallop hors d’oeuvres and – I firmly believe — jumping into the arms of the next President of the United States.

America, the land of opportunity!

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About Nancy French

Nancy French is a three time New York Times Best Selling Author.

  • David

    God is good!

  • Roy & Madeline

    Dear Nancy, We are pround of you and David. God bless you and your entire family. We are also long-time Mitt Ramny’s supporters; certainly he will be our next President.