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:: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 ::

Still trying to find the "if comfort is important to you..." cable in the waiting room Yellow Pages ad for the abortion clinic where I lost my child at 15 weeks. I kept it in a purse for years, but then my little one got to the age where he began rummaging around, and I was terrified of him finding it and asking me what it was. I remember taking it out one day and thinking I really had to put it somewhere, but for some reason I still didn't want to throw it away. I hear that a lot. People tend to hold onto things like that. Why?

Because in some small way it links us to our children. It's an awful link, but beggars can't be choosers.

:: ashli 10:28 PM # ::

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