Choosing life, over life

I spent a lot of time today participating in a discussion about embryonic stem cells.

I spent a little time in my closet packing up Dawn’s clothes.

I won’t try to claim I’m an expert. I will freely admit that I probably portray a much greater knowledge of any subject than I really truly possess.

But I will gladly process 1000 unwanted embryos if it will keep one person and one person’s family from going through what Dawn went through, from what I went through.

Our son turned 11 today. He was nine when she died.

You’ll never convince me that embryonic stem cell research is a bad thing.

It took me 16 months to clean this closet.

One comment

  1. Suebob says:

    I don’t understand the sentimental attachment people have to clumps of cells. Our body doesn’t even like them that much, since 1/4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, many before anyone knows they are pregnant.

    Big hugs, my friend.

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