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    Reunited Birth Mother, Daughter Have Same Job
    Reunion Follows Decades-Old Adoption

    Fort Worth, Texas -- A holiday wish has come true for a mother and daughter
    reunited after more than 30 years.

    As it turns out, they are both flight attendants for American Airlines, but
    never knew each other until this year.

    The tale begins in 1971 when Kathy Boruch became pregnant and decided to give
    up her daughter for adoption.

    "I came from a big family and I did not want my mother to have the
    responsibility [of raising my daughter] after she had raised eight of us,"
    Boruch said.

    At one point, mother and child lived 150 miles apart, though neither had any
    idea until Tamara McAdams decided to track down her birth mother last March.

    "For so many years, I didn't think it was possible ... and it took three weeks.
    Three weeks -- that's it," McAdams said.

    Despite the years between them, Boruch was thrilled to be found.

    "It was nuts. I just started running around the house. It was the happiest I've
    ever been in my entire life. I mean, it's changed my whole life," she said.

    "I just knew that I wanted to find her and that I was going to someday,"
    McAdams said. "And I just wanted her to be a part of our lives. I wanted to
    know what she looked like."

    It turns out that mother and daughter not only look alike, but also have the
    same job. McAdams is a flight attendant for American Airlines and Boruch is a
    flight attendant for American Eagle.

    They are anxious to spend their first Christmas together and said that finding
    each other is the best present of all.

    A good friend will come and bail you out of jail . . . but, a true friend will
    be sitting next to you saying, "**** . . . that was fun!"
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