Brianna, Hayley, and Danielle - 3 sisters that were in the foster care system, were interviewed by Anna Johnson (WCTV reporter) and never imagined that they would end up in a success story about them being adopted by Mr. Graham. She saw them on WCTV and they stole her heart. She immediately decided to bring them home and making the adoption official. Three little girls with 3 different personalities. Danielle likes to draw and act and Mr. Graham would like her to become an artist one day. Brianna loves to read and enjoy going to the public library and also doing sports. Hayley has came around, Graham says, the love changed her and made her care more. Both Hayley and Brianna like to sing, they have joined the church choir and they actually sing very well. They get along and love their older sibling Deedy very much. Danielle says that Deedy is beautiful and Brianna believes that Deede is an awesome sister. Mr. Graham thanks Anna, because if it wasn't for her she would have never known about these girls that she is so happy to have. At the end Brianna says: "I love my Mom and I love my Dad." Hayley says: "I just wanted to say that I really love them very much I wouldn't give them-up for anything in the world." And Danielle concludes: "I just love being here with people who can take care of me, and take us on adventures that we've never been on."
Ian is 13 years old, he is a smart, nice boy, and he makes friends very easily. He likes music and he is taking music classes in school and he is learning to play the guitar. He definitely would love to have a guitar and practice music. Anna Johnson, WCTV Reporter, spent the day with Ian at the park. Ian enjoyed driving the golf cart, riding the paddleboat, and feeding the ducks. Ian shares with us his desire to become a Marine. He explains that to be a Marine you need a lot of discipline, and be able to respect people. Angela Hutson, child advocate, thinks that the nice thing about Ian is that he is fearless, and very adventurous. He really wants to get out and be very active and live life, and Angela believes that the right family will have a lot of fun with that. She concludes saying that someone who can advocate for Ian in school "so that he can really become the best that he can, that would be fabulous".
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