I was 21 years old when I had my first pregnancy scare. Several days late, wondering why my birth control didn't work the way it was supposed to, anxiously opening the doors to CVS to purchase a test I never knew I'd have to take at such a young age. Weighing the options available if … Continue reading Choose love.
When I was in elementary school, my aunt had a friend named Joan*. I have vivid memories of Joan pushing me on the swings at the park. "Higher! Higher!" I would proclaim. My feet swung back and forth, then I'd proceed to flail myself off, attempting to land, but it usually resulted in skinned knees and Barbie … Continue reading Love will always be more powerful than ignorance