Well today I read an article about abortion rights. It seems that it's still a rather controversial issue and so I've decided to speak my mind about it. The argument against abortion is always about the lives of the children and the argument for it is about the lives of the mothers. But the truth … Continue reading Why Being Pro-Choice Means Being Pro-Life
Today begins a new stage in life for a special couple I hold dear to my heart. One of them is a friend from grade school (enough said). And today they became daddies thanks to surrogacy. I've had the pleasure of seeing their process through Facebook and well, what can I say, I'm impressed! I … Continue reading A Tip of the Hat to Surrogacy
I've been wondering about memory development lately. How come nobody remembers earlier than more or less 2 years of age? It's a universal statistic; most of us can't remember before that. Why? Frankly, I did not bother to research much. I wanted to jot down my theories uninfluenced, plus a quick google search did not … Continue reading Why can’t we remember when we were babies?
I have a new roommate. She has no name; for I haven't named her, but she is a mother. From what I see, she is a single other, like me. But then again, I could be wrong. I haven't asked, and I don't think she will tell. You see, my new roommate is a puertorican … Continue reading The Mother Bird