Little girl with a big heart up from under the expressway
Being homeless and watching over her three younger siblings whenever mum went off on a meth binge was a way of life for young Tangmo, and she accepted her fate without question; now the children are in school and they've got a roof over their heads instead of a road
Demure Miss Tangmo (Watermelon) tries to be as good and loving as any mum on the planet, but she's only eight, and she worries a lot about her five-year-old brother and the twins. Not that there's really much to worry about there: he's happy and the twins are jolly three-year-old eating machines. Her mum, back in rehab? That's a worry, but it's nothing new.
COURTESY OF FATHER JOE MAIER
Like the time the police arrested mum again after she'd been sick and violent on meth and was coming down, on domicum mixed with methadone.
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