I was born and adopted at birth in Scotland. When I was six weeks old I was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
My husband, Richard, and I met when we were students in Edinburgh and we’ve been married for 34 years.
We’ve lived in the Bay Area for 30 years, but Scotland is still home. I am there virtually every day, via the Internet.
My adoptive parents died a few years ago.
I’m in contact with my birthmother for ten years and she visited me in March.