Kansas City, Missouri — 35-year-old Megan McGuire waited anxiously for a while at Kansas City International Airport. Most daughters were too young to remember.
“My heart is beating wildly,” McGuire said, shaking back and forth nervously. “I have been looking for him for a long time.”
When McGuire knew at a very young age that the man she thought was her biological father was not, she began to look for her biological father.
After nearly 20 years without knowing it, last month, an Ancestry DNA kit pointed her to Baltimore, Maryland.
Raymond Holston did not hesitate to buy a flight to KCI to meet his daughter.
35 years later, McGuire and Holston hugged each other at an exciting time.
After hugging the opponent tightly, McGuire moved away and said, “Hi…Hi Dad!”
The two embraced together, as if time had frozen, living at the moment when McGuire never gave up searching.
They left the airport arm in arm and started chasing after the past 35 years.
“It’s crazy, I can’t even explain it,” Holston said. “It’s an incredible feeling; one day you have two children [and] The next day, you gave birth to three children and three grandchildren. “
McGuire is from Minneapolis, Kansas, where Holston will travel to get to know his new grandchildren this week.
Holston said that after losing one of his parents last Monday, the time to get his daughter was “just in time.”