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  • Keywords
    • adoption story,
    • identity,
    • DNA match,
    • birth mother search,
    • birth father search,
    • adult adoptee search,
    • closed adoption and open adoption

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Send A Little Love
Sequel to Young Love - An Adoptee's Memoir
by Bonnie Parsons

Bonnie was adopted as an infant. As a young mother, curiosity about her birth parents led to a 35-year search for them. Fortunately, she held on to every scribbled note and document along the way. After a successful search, Bonnie decided to tell her story. Her memoir, Young Love – An Adoptee’s Memoir is a legacy for her family. It is also a story that supports fellow adoptees searching for family. For over a year, prior to the publication of Young Love – An Adoptee’s Memoir, Bonnie posted short stories on her website. She chose stories from her childhood and life experiences. They were fresh and untold and did not spoil the anticipation for her memoir. Overall, creating and maintaining a blog site while fine tuning Young Love – An Adoptee’s Memoir for publication was an exciting and rewarding experience. Send A Little Love is a collection of her blogs. It also includes updates on her adoption story and newfound extended family! Bonnie’s journey was not easy—there is sorrow in the loss felt by adoptees. However, with sensitivity and humor, she moves forward to recapture connections to her original family and heritage. This book will inspire adoptees of all ages and anyone touched by adoption.

Bonnie Parsons was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. When she was 13, her family moved to Amherst, Massachusetts where she attended high school and university. Bonnie and her husband, Paul, live in Clarence, New York. Previously, they lived in the Parkside neighborhood of North Buffalo for over thirty years where they raised their two children. They have five grandchildren. Bonnie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has a master’s degree from the University of Rhode Island and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Leadership from Buffalo State College.


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