In an unexpected turn of events, a beloved local beggar discovers, he has a son the next day he crashes, his son’s birthday party and everything turns worse from there until a little girl steps in.
Fred was loved, he knew that in their small, suburban District he held a reputation no less than that of a politician, because he was a kind and generous beggar like most homeless people who begged for money even Fred did.
But he worked hard for it in return, he’d wash people’s cars or carry their groceries and other times he’d, be assisting shop owners in cleaning the Pavements outside their stores because of his kind and helpful nature. Everyone in the neighborhood admired Fred. They offered him food money and warm clothes.
A little generously, sometimes because Fred had a cute pet dog Max that he needed to look after and mind you. If anyone could compete with the neighbor of its affection for Fred. It was Max the kids enjoyed playing with him and they often got him delicious, treats in a way Max was the family Fred never had. The past is gone, improve your present to have a beautiful tomorrow. One day, Fred was cleaning the sidewalk.
When a man came up to him and said, oh, you got the same birthmark as my boss. That’S strange Fred laughed careful young man. This birthmark is one of a kind. Don’T you see how it’s shaped like a heart, I’m proud of this. You couldn’t possibly have seen it before.
Well, I’m certain you’re, not the only one with it. The man said anyway have a nice day, I’m running late. My boss will kill me if I don’t make it on time, but you know it’s a small world. If only you two were related, maybe you could help. He jumped no wait.
Fred stopped him suddenly intrigued. What is your boss’s name again? Ah, Mr Duncan William Duncan, if you meet him you’ll know I’m not lying. He suddenly checked his wristwatch. I have to leave sorry: the man disappeared, but his words stuck with Fred, I’m sure you’re, not the only one with this birthmark, William Duncan Fred, had heard that surname before, but he couldn’t recall where he returned to his job collected his pay and headed to a Cafe for dinner, and while he was devouring the meal, it suddenly hit him wait.
Did he say the last name was Duncan Frederick called his ex-girlfriend Rosie? They had broken up after he’d lost his house to his father’s debts. She didn’t see a future with him, so they decided to go their separate ways. Fred wondered if Rosie had a son, he didn’t know about, and he decided to find out where William lived, because it was a small district and people knew Fred. Well, they jumped in to help him find William, and they did it.
A few days later, Fred stopped outside William’s house and rang the doorbell Max hiding behind his legs through the living room window. Fred could see that there was a party going on inside the house with a large number of people attending. Yes, how may I help you a tall man who appeared to be in his 30s opened the door. I’M sorry for crashing your party like this, but are you William Duncan Rosie’s Son Fred, asked? Is attention drawn to the birthmark on the man’s neck?
It was exactly like his yes, I’m William and yes, Rosie is my mother. He replied and Fred burst into tears. I’M sorry, son Fred, fell to his knees. I’M your father! I am sorry, I couldn’t be there for you.
I didn’t even know you existed, I out what, but so am I both you and your dirty dog out now. What did you expect coming back to me? After all these years, ah let me guess you don’t look like you have a good life. Do you are you here for money? In that case, just get lost, I’m not going to give you anything and don’t you dare come here and ruin my birthday again.
You’Re, a loser who left my mother, William, slammed the door on Fred’s face and didn’t even bother listening to what he had to say, heard Fred, wiped his tears and was about to leave. But then he heard the House’s front door open behind him, Fred assumed it was William, but when he turned around and saw a little girl with two pigtails petting Max of a head, while the dog licked her hand, we have to leave Max come on boy. Williams said to the dog, but Max refused to leave hello there. He finally said to the girl Lacey, I’m sorry, but I must take the dog with me. He is the only family I have he added.
Sadly, can you not Lacey said after a pause staring up at him, then she became quiet Max seemed comfortable with her and the way she was playing with him made Fred realize that Lacey needed him. He could see she wasn’t a very social child, not to mention she looked so much like William and he knew she was his granddaughter. If you really want him, you can have him Max knows where to find me. If he needs me, you remarked, and he walked away the next day. Fred was back at his cleaning gig outside the store when Max came running to him, but he wasn’t alone.
William, oh, is that my grandson Fred burst into tears, as he saw William with a small boy in Lacey following Max. Did you leave your dog with Lacey, William, asked Fred Charlie tears welling up in his eyes? Well, I saw my granddaughter oh well. Your daughter seemed to like him, so thank you said William Lacey hasn’t been comfortable interacting in a long time. She met with an accident while on her way to school and since then she’s been a very quiet child.
We saw all sorts of treatment, but nothing seemed to work Max, brought that first change and yesterday she tried to initiate a conversation for the first time. I’M sorry Dad he hugged Fred. I was so wrong. I should have given you a chance to explain. I am so sorry, oh well, Fred was speechless as his son embraced him.
I I never. I mean it’s. Okay, I forgive you. I love you son, oh I really do I love you too, Dad and yeah. I’M sorry said William.
That date, they sat together for a long time listening to each other’s worries and they decided to put the past behind them and move on Rosie, sadly had died years ago, but William suspects she’d be glad to see him reunited with his father, what mother wouldn’t.