Yeah..I know...two totally unrelated topics. But, I saw this article and was just like huh? Really? Does she not get it? If great-grandma had "the services that Planned Parenthood provides" than grandma would have never been born, Hilary would have never been born and neither would Chelsea. You would think she'd be thanking her lucky stars that great-grandma didn't abort grandma, ya know?
And, then I read this awesome post from my friend Katie who understands what Chelsea apparently doesn't.
Therefore, I knew an abortion would be killing a human being whom I would likely otherwise be well-acquainted with, and likely fond of, for the rest of my natural life.
Because, that is really the crux of the issue. Many well-loved people start out as a crisis pregnancy.
And, that dear readers, is the end of my political writing today. I usually tend to stay away from political or controversial topics...but I just had to write about this.And, now onto the real topic of this post...what you've all been waiting to see. What I wore today.
And, I just have to ask...am I the only blogger who takes a picture of what they are wearing, looks at it..says "ugh..that just doesn't work" and goes and changes into another outfit (and more pictures)? Maybe it's just because we don't have a full-length mirror right now? Anyway, I did that today (and to be honest, last Sunday as well).
So, this is what I wore, after the clothing change.
Tank top: wal-mart
Skirt: Shade clothing
Shoes: given to me
Adorable baby Elsa is wearing a cute, pink, gingham dress given to us.
And, please, please, please ignore the ugly couch in the background.
Mass Behavior: Heidi, Greta and John all get an A, of course.
Elsa gets a B, for just a bit too much baby babbling..but otherwise she was good.
So, I'm off now to check out what everyone else wore Sunday.