Member Rara Avis
Took some time to read "Felix" this weekend and I was instantly intrigued. I think I have read them all and did enjoy.
As for childhood, I disagree that there is no such thing as a happy childhood. Most, I think, are a combination of both good and bad, just like adult life. We live, we learn, we grow. It's how we handle the bad. For a child that is harder, I understand, and I do understand. Hopefully they find their way through the bad and come out with a stronger need for success and making a difference.
And my friend is a foster parent. She is absolutely wonderful at it. There is hope, always hope.
"too bad ignorance isn't painful"