Henry was a very good man. He saved this displaced, innocent baby from ultimate homelessness. All people praised him and thanked him for his good nature. It’s rare in this current era to find those helpful who show goodness and wait for no real return. Hern.
Henry’s wife, Rena was also a good woman. She welcomed the baby happily. She took care of the baby girl, though she was not her real daughter. Rena provided the girl with too much genuine love. Rena was a kind hearted woman.
She was a good mother for the poor girl. Reena remained beside the baby girl, Helen at night when Helen was sick, Rena did not give up nor get bored of the girl. She never said to Henry, Take this girl from my house, letting her in the streets. In fact, Rena was a stranger, yet she acted the character of the typical sacrificing mother in an accurate and clever way. Henry and Rena adopted poor Hellen to protect her from the evils of the outside ugly world. Read the full story here ▶