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Unbelievable: 81-Year-Old Woman Discovers Her 103-year-old Mother After Searching For 61 Years 0 0
     
   
TRENDING -  Unbelievable: 81-Year-Old Woman Discovers Her 103-year-old Mother After Searching For 61 Years
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    An 81-year-old woman was thrilled to discover that her 103-
year-old birth mother is still alive after she’d spent 61-
years trying to find her.
Eileen Macken, first started trying to find her biological
mother when she was 19, but was beginning to lose all hope
of finding her after searching for more than six decades.
But with the help of a genealogist, who offered to assist
when she opened up about her story on a radio show last
year, Mrs Macken was able to track down her elderly parent
earlier this month.
“I can’t believe it, when I got the word that she was alive, all
I want to do is to meet her” Mrs Macken told RTE Radio
One’s Joe Duffy’s Liveline following the discovery.
“The doctors couldn’t understand ‘why don’t you know this,
why don’t you know that.’ I got a bit upset once and I said,
‘Because I’m an orphan, I know nothing, absolutely
nothing’,” she said.
Mrs Macken had wanted to find her blood relatives because
she felt lonely and also wanted to know her medical history
so she could identify any potential problems for her two
daughters.
She phoned back into the radio show last week to reveal
she had found her birth mum after taking a DNA test.
“I’d love to go and scream it from a mountain, ‘I’m not an
orphan anymore!’” she told the radio host.
The 61-year-old who grew up in an orphanage in Dublin
hasn’t yet met her mother but has spoken to her on the
phone and is hoping to make the trip “across the water”,
when she recovers from a recent eye operation.
“I spoke to her on the phone but she couldn’t hear me,” she
said. “She’s a bit like myself, I’ve only one good ear. “She
kept saying, “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you.
“All I want is to see her.”
Mrs Macken also found out she had two half-brothers who
were still alive and were in their 70s.
Speaking about how the years of searching had affected
her, Mrs Macken continued: “The sadness that goes with
being alone, even to this day, different things would set me
off, I’d say, ‘if only I had a brother, if only I had a sister’, I
think it’s just within you that you have no blood relatives.
But I have now.”

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(01-30-2019, 09:27 PM)lycans Wrote:

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An 81-year-old woman was thrilled to discover that her 103-
year-old birth mother is still alive after she’d spent 61-
years trying to find her.
Eileen Macken, first started trying to find her biological
mother when she was 19, but was beginning to lose all hope
of finding her after searching for more than six decades.
But with the help of a genealogist, who offered to assist
when she opened up about her story on a radio show last
year, Mrs Macken was able to track down her elderly parent
earlier this month.
“I can’t believe it, when I got the word that she was alive, all
I want to do is to meet her” Mrs Macken told RTE Radio
One’s Joe Duffy’s Liveline following the discovery.
“The doctors couldn’t understand ‘why don’t you know this,
why don’t you know that.’ I got a bit upset once and I said,
‘Because I’m an orphan, I know nothing, absolutely
nothing’,” she said.
Mrs Macken had wanted to find her blood relatives because
she felt lonely and also wanted to know her medical history
so she could identify any potential problems for her two
daughters.
She phoned back into the radio show last week to reveal
she had found her birth mum after taking a DNA test.
“I’d love to go and scream it from a mountain, ‘I’m not an
orphan anymore!’” she told the radio host.
The 61-year-old who grew up in an orphanage in Dublin
hasn’t yet met her mother but has spoken to her on the
phone and is hoping to make the trip “across the water”,
when she recovers from a recent eye operation.
“I spoke to her on the phone but she couldn’t hear me,” she
said. “She’s a bit like myself, I’ve only one good ear. “She
kept saying, “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you.
“All I want is to see her.”
Mrs Macken also found out she had two half-brothers who
were still alive and were in their 70s.
Speaking about how the years of searching had affected
her, Mrs Macken continued: “The sadness that goes with
being alone, even to this day, different things would set me
off, I’d say, ‘if only I had a brother, if only I had a sister’, I
think it’s just within you that you have no blood relatives.
But I have now.”

#3
Wow
After so many years wasted 

They still found each other

#4
Waooo at last dey are now together

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#5
Thees is wonderful both still alive God is good

#6
That kind feeling you won't even be happy self

#7
Wow! This is a serious matter

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