The search for an OK woman for a biological mother receives worldwide help

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — An Oklahoma woman’s quest to find her birth mother has spread around the world.

Kristy Sinsara Hudson, a successful songwriter, has spent most of her life in Moore, Oklahoma.

His adoptive parents were stationed at Tinker Air Force Base.

“Who am I deep inside? I’m a writer, of course, Hudson said.

But now Hudson is writing a chapter in his own story.

“I’ve been trying to figure out the elements of my adoption for, I mean, my whole life.”

It was 1975 when Hudson was adopted from Thailand. His adoptive mother and father were stationed in Guam.

Hudson’s adoptive parents. Credit: Kristy Sinsara Hudson

“They found there was a little orphanage, kind of like a house in Bangkok,” Hudson said. “So they took a military hopper over there and found me and decided they wanted to adopt me.”

“I’ve never had any physical paperwork or anything. But other than [a] picture.”

For two decades, the photo of Hudson’s mother signing the adoption papers was all she had until last summer.

Kristy’s biological mother signs the adoption papers. Credit: Kristy Sinsara Hudson

Kristy’s parents came across an empty box with her birth certificate in the attic.

It was printed in Thai.

” I did not know what to do. So I just went to Tana Thai, which is my favorite Thai restaurant,” Hudson said. “I walked in and asked him if there was any chance they could translate this information for me.”

Hudson told KFOR that the owner of Tana Thai had called his family members in Thailand for help. That’s when Hudson’s story spread like wildfire.

Friends shared it with a Thai journalist and eventually a government official.

“Then suddenly, out of the blue, this Thai official emailed me and said, Hey, we have a copy of your birth certificate, and we would like to help you find your mother. “, Hudson said.

And help came quickly.

The story of an Oklahoma woman searching for her mother has hit the airwaves in Thailand, bringing in hundreds of thousands of views and people trying to help.

“I just think there are hundreds of thousands of children all over this planet looking for their parents. Why me?” Hudson asked. “Even though I grew up feeling grateful for being adopted and all, I always felt a little out of place.”

“Maybe what I’m looking for is to feel like I’ve found my place. I do not know.”

So far, Hudson has uncovered more information about her biological father. He was an American soldier.

She also knows she has a brother.

The Thai authorities are still helping her find him and his biological mother.

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