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Family ties. . . an adoption story

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You wonder why I chose the name "Empty Images"?
An empty image is a false reflection
This is appropiate for adoptees not knowing their background.
 
Hi, I was born Beth Ann Reimer and thought I was picked up from a "baby grocery market" by my adoptive parents.  More about that in the next page. . .  

The picture to the right is my sister and I with our spouses. Joe, Denise, myself, (Beth) and Al. This picture was taken the first day I met one of my missing links. My sister.

I want to show the positives that can come out of a reunion. Adoption has a major effect on ones life. Unless one is a TRUE adoptee, then a person cannot understand or feel exactly what we adoptees feel.


Please feel free to email me if you would like to share your experiences/feelings as a Triad.


As you travel with me through this site, think about how you would feel as if you were, for the very first time, learning about yourself.

This is a doorway to my life, one of which I am stepping into myself. There hasn't been enough time for cobwebs to settle in.

Keep the Faith.

This is about your dreams coming true. The Lord says He will give us the desires of our hearts. He sure did me with my birthfamily! I met my sister first on October 30, 2000. The rest of the family on November 5, 2000.
 
 
** Note:  The picture below is me with my "ex".

A door; Actual size=180 pixels wide

I hope to update this page often with new photos.

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I had to reload a counter, I apologize for the inconvenience.  Beth