Emily’s Abortion Story Didn’t Have To End In Death
May 11, 2015 - table lamp
But could we scapegoat my child on a tabernacle of my possess selfishness? we was endangered about a peculiarity of my children’s lives, though really—when we was honest with myself—it was about a peculiarity of my life, my expectations, my desires, my hopes, my dreams. we didn’t wish to wade by a life of poverty, hardship, and dependence, not for myself, not for my children. That’s not a life we had planned, and we didn’t wish to live it.