An orphanage little boy changes a single gay man’s life forever. Jerry Windle, his parental journey
seems like a fairytale story. He never thought became a father and he hardly believe that. This story is about an Olympic champion who started as an abandoned orphan and a man who sacrificed his whole life for this champion.
One day Jerry Windle spotted a magazine story that described the life of orphans in Cambodia. He quickly picks up the phone and contacts them; soon he received there is no more struggle to adoption likewise us. In the year 2000 Jerry flies to Cambodia where his future son Jordan had been living in an orphanage since his both parent died. Jordan was suffering from malnutrition, scabies, and several infections. Jerry took him home and look after him became his father.
Jerry took him home and look after he became his father. Jordan had many health issues; he was weak and couldn’t speak English so they use sign language. Jerry’s caring and so much love protect him also when Jordan was 2 years old; his weight was just 16 pounds.
Jerry didn’t have an idea whether he lives or died. but he promised himself no matter what happens I never give up. In one diving program Tim O’ Brien, the son of a famous diving coach Ron o’ Brien, noticed Jordan the program then started his first success. in the same time Jordan met Olympic gold medalist and LGBT activist Greg Louganis.
Jordan qualified after 3 Olympic Trials for the men’s platform event. He tattooed on his arm the Cambodia flag when he dives people can see it.; this father and son shared their story with a children’s book that they co-authored in 2011.
an orphan no more: the true story of a boy titled of the book. Where is love, there is family; there
are no choices; only have love; everyone can be a parent for their children but fewer of people can be more than that