Thanks to an eBay purchase, Scottish siblings in their 30s meet for the first time.

January 11, 2022
MediaIntel.Asia

Thanks to an eBay purchase, Scottish siblings in their 30s meet for the first time.
Due to an eBay purchase that led to a family connection, a pair of Scottish siblings who grew up in the same city met for the first time in their 30s.
Ross Colquhoun, 37, said he and his sister, Erin, 31, met on Monday after sharing his story on Twitter.
Due to an eBay purchase that led to a family connection, a pair of Scottish siblings who grew up in the same city met for the first time in their 30s.
Ross Colquhoun, 37, said he and his sister, Erin, 31, met Monday after sharing his story on Twitter.
The story of the reunion, according to Colquhoun, began two years ago when he purchased a Hearts vs.
On eBay, you can find a Liverpool soccer game program.
He said he got a message from the seller saying his purchase was being refunded, and the seller explained why: he was Colquhoun’s father, whom he had never met.
Colquhoun said that the eBay purchase allowed him to learn more about his father’s family, but that the COVID-19 pandemic prevented him from meeting his sister until Monday.
“We laughed, cried, and told each other stories.”
Colquhoun tweeted, “It felt like we’d known each other for years.”
“I was terrified, but it was the most beautiful and life-affirming experience of my life.”
He claimed that he discovered that he and his long-lost sibling shared a lot of similarities.
“We discussed our lives and experiences, which appeared to be strikingly similar.
I went to Edinburgh College of Art, while Erin went to Glasgow School of Art.
“I’m still nervous, but I’m really looking forward to meeting the family members I haven’t met yet,” he said.
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