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Child Abuse Story About a Child Named Adrianna Part 2
(Gaffney, South Carolina, USA)
I was just posting this on here to tell the people who have read my last one that Adrianna is recovering quickly. She's gained 10 lbs and can see a little bit of light, but she cries when she's around her mom. I guess that's because she knows that her mom was a bad person to her.
I'm really glad Adrianna survived. I go to the church where her foster parents are the preacher and his wife. They let me hold her and play with her during church. That little girl, even though she doesn't live with me, I consider her as a part of my family.
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