Facebook Leads Adopted Indiana Woman to Biological Family in 36 Hours

"I could really see some of my facial expressions, we looked a lot alike and she sounded like the girls from the family," he said. "And she laughed like her mom."

"It's really something that I never even thought could happen," Hardy said. "It just happened. It was crazy."

Boys discovered that after so many years her brother lived right around the corner from her son's father and goes to the same barber shop as her boyfriend.

She has met cousins and other relatives, but has not yet met her birth mother. Her birth mother is ill, so Boys is giving her time to "take all of this in."

But she knows that her birth mother knows about her. Boys' cousin told her biological mother that the daughter she gave up was going to be on the local news.

She had a "smile ear to ear and tears started rolling down her face" when she saw Boys on TV, her cousin told her.

Boys has asked her mom to come with her to meet her biological mother, which she hopes will happen in the next week.

"They're just shocked," she said of her parents. "For them, they're just so happy that I'm finding out this biological health history. They're blown away."

Boys is excited to incorporate her new family into the beloved family she has grown up with.

"Thanksgiving is going to be awesome," Boys said with a laugh.

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