As a child, Kristle Davis was in many foster homes until she was finally adopted. Speaking recently at Heartland Community Church in Olathe, she told prospective foster parents of the time when she carried everything she owned in a black plastic trash bag.
As a child, Kristle Davis was in many foster homes until she was finally adopted. Speaking recently at Heartland Community Church in Olathe, she told prospective foster parents of the time when she carried everything she owned in a black plastic trash bag. RICH SUGG rsugg@kcstar.com
As a child, Kristle Davis was in many foster homes until she was finally adopted. Speaking recently at Heartland Community Church in Olathe, she told prospective foster parents of the time when she carried everything she owned in a black plastic trash bag. RICH SUGG rsugg@kcstar.com

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