SAN ANTONIO - A baby who was abandoned in the 1960s and now is grown up is in search of her mother.
"I was found on the 27th and they think I was a week old," said Sally Davis.
Wrapped up in a blanket. An abandoned baby was discovered inside a red Rambler station wagon. It was parked outside the Beacon Hill Presbyterian Church. The baby was later nicknamed "Ramblin' Rose".
That was back in 1964.
"I've been blessed since being left in God's hands," said Davis.
Now 48, Sally Davis has two children of her own but she still wonders about her birth mother and what happened.
"The only thing I have ever known about me: my birthday (and) where I come from are the two (newspaper) articles," said Davis.
Just three years ago, those two newspaper clippings led Davis' daughter to the couple who found her. Dick and Velma Spinner tried adopting her but laws back then didn't allow them. For all those years, they still wondered about "Ramblin' Rose".
The Spinners are happy to have her back in their lives. They are now helping Davis track down her biological mother.
"I don't have any ill will toward her," said Davis. "I hope and think that her life is blessed because she did the right thing."
Davis admits she has millions of questions she wants answered but mainly she just wants some closure.
"Me and my little tree are OK. We just need a little bit more water to get (our) roots deeper," said Davis.
If you know anything or anyone that could help Davis in her search you may contact Eva Spinner-Jones at 713-292-6590 or 281-312-0322.