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Orphan needs a family: Angela M.

November 30, 2009, 0:17 4638 Author: Albert Pavlov (translated from Russian by Maryna Psel) www.deti.zp.ua Angela is lucky, she has one close to her person, her brother. They live nearby and study in one class. They both are amazing kids who will definitely have a real family one day

Angela talked to me the way that she always wanted to understand what question will be next. And when all questions were asked she seems to wonder: what’s next? So what’s next? Angela wears very adult glasses which makes her even more serious. Same as me. So we were looking at each other through the glasses and, despite difference in the age, we understood each other without words. Everyone of us wanted to know what is there – in the future. And we understood that something really good is definitely going to happen. Because it just cannot be the other way, right?! Angela is lucky, she already has one close to her person, her brother. They live nearby and study in one class. They both are amazing kids who will definitely have a real family one day.

Angela lives and studies in the boarding school #3 in Zaporizhzhya. When this article was written she was 9. She has a brother, Ernest, and also 2 younger brothers (information is not confirmed).

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Those who are interested in helping the orphans, please read

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