Writer Heather O'Neill tells the story of how she became a foster mother at 18—to a 16 year-old. (14 minutes)
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More by Heather O'Neill
Yeah, Mary Magdalene knew Jesus.
Jonathan Goldstein and Heather O'Neill tell the true story of what happens when a person tries to intrude on a idyllic family of two, one of whom loves him, one of whom does not.
A short story about the moment when we suddenly learn the name of something that has heretofore been unnamed for us...and about the difference between knowing the person, and knowing the person's name.