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I'm Nobody

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Home is safe, comforting, loving, and welcoming. At least, it is supposed to be.

Follow the journey of one little girl as gets shuffled through the foster care system. Her only desire is to live in a home with parents who will love and take care of her. Instead, she encounters an angry foster mother who imposes a sense of fear and dread and a man who sexually abuses her.

During her teen years, she finds music, and in a way, it saves her. Then she wanders into a Baptist church in a Philadelphia suburb and finds true salvation.

Many foster children age out of the system and enter the adult world while still carrying heavy burdens of guilt, fear, rejection, and regret. And many of them never find salvation in any sense of the word. If you are one of them, then this story is for you.

And if you’re a foster parent who is trying to understand the children you are caring for, you will find insight into what your children are thinking and feeling.

Carole Klock is a mother of three, a grandmother of seven, and great-grandmother of six. She and her husband, Harry, a former career Marine, have been married sixty years. She’s had several articles and a poem published. She was a speaker for Christian women’s clubs for several years and has spoken at various organizations, including MOPS.

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