Temporary Inconvenience, Long-Term Blessing



43 years ago, Roe v Wade made abortion legal.  What do you think about it?



  • It’s settled law
  • Abortion is a personal decision
  • I’m praying for a change in America’s heart

1973—we were newly married, still in college, scraping by with a couple part-time jobs, with student health insurance that didn’t cover maternity . . . and I was pregnant.

Some would have said, “This is no time to have a baby.”

From the rear-view mirror of 43 years, the inconvenience hardly registers. I got my degree. We paid the hospital bill. It didn’t ruin our lives.  Been blessed

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3 Responses to Temporary Inconvenience, Long-Term Blessing

  1. Mary Christensen says:

    Admittedly, I might be a little bit prejudiced since that “inconvenience” was my first grandson, but I think there are a great many people who would agree that this world is a better place because of the influence of that outstanding young man.

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