Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Southfield woman makes a safe place for foster children from Myanmar

They're teenage boys, so what do you expect? They wrestle and sometimes they crank their music up too loud, and no, you can't play soccer in the house!

They're teenage boys from halfway around the world, and they've seen and survived things most of us can't even fathom. One of them has a tattoo across his chest from an army that made him a soldier at a point when American kids are still learning to drive.

But boys will be boys, whether it's in Myanmar or Southfield.

"They know I don't like the burping," Denise Burroughs says, and her silver hoop earrings quiver as she laughs.

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