Tag Archive | birth family

Making a Fringerer: Preparations

I am the laziest writer alive. I don’t even really like writing, just having written. Sometimes I read quotes from writers who say things like, “I am happiest when writing” or “I can’t not write” and I resent them for feeling that way and for their use of double negatives. But I have come to terms […]

My Chosen Family

Tonight I had the great honour of being the featured entertainment at the Adoptive Families Association of BC AGM and Awards event. I wore a pair of Spanx and felt great. Oh, and also, people liked my talk, so that felt good too. Some of the talk came from previous blog posts so you can […]

Next Stop: Discombobulation Station

I’m on a bus. Well, half a bus. Half an imaginary bus that’s based on a real bus. You understand. You don’t? Okay. I’ve been lucky enough to join the cast of The Number 14 for its 20th Anniversary Tour. That’s right, this show has been playing all over the world in one place or […]

Happy Sisterversary

It was one year ago today that I took a deep breath and hit send. “My name is Morgan Brayton and I am searching for a woman who is my sibling by birth. The person I am looking for was born in December 1965 in Victoria, BC and was adopted. My research has led me […]