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I hope they play this on the radio. Maybe not, my mom would say. Fortunately for Bob, he loves what he does and therefore there is no the Musical Mind of Musicians doubt as to the secret of his success story. When she got married, she decided that, rather than looking for a way to pay back the families who had cared for her, she would pay it forward instead. And if FM won't surely AM will play. Its hard to become attached to these babies who we cared for and loved as if they were our own only to have them taken away to another family and never see us again. Change the world, one person at a time. Once, we even had a baby whose mother was a user during pregnancy and gave birth to a beautiful blonde little girl, born addicted to crack. And there's only some and there's lots to fill. That we can change the world. Odds are I will never see her again, but somewhere out there, there is a little girl named Aliyah Rose who I would rock to sleep while telling her how much she was loved. You open your home to children coming from broken families, born to teenage mothers who cant care for them and fathers who have to be tracked down in order to sign adoption papers.