I Prayed About It, And I’m Still Pro-Choice

This beautifully written post was written by Leah Vanden Bosch. Leah was recently called to action from a proposed bill, HF 2163, that would ban abortions past the detection of a fetal heartbeat in the state of Iowa. Her perspective comes multi-faceted and we have much to gain by reading it. I encourage you all to see how politics affect the individual. This isn’t just an argument, it’s a journey, and I hope you will join Leah on it.

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Viewers Matter

Some people start blogs because they see it as another source of income, a productive (yay capitalism) way to do all of what I have said above. I never anticipated that I would secretly hope this for myself. As unconscious it has been, I find myself obsessively checking the stats of my blog. It’s as though I use the amount of views I get as a gauge for how much worth I have.

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I’m posting this, because I don’t want to post it. I don’t want to post it, because I wrote it during a time when I was weak from the amount of stress I have right now. If you are reading this, I’m fine. Truly, I’ll be okay.

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Questions & Answers

Not many words start with Q that I can talk about knowledgeably, so I thought I’d do something different, like a Q&A! This particular set of questions is a about self-discovery, vulnerability, and sharing. As I work through these questions, I encourage you to think of your own answers. How are we similar? How are we different?

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Party Like It’s Your Birthday

As most of you know, my birthday was this past Thursday, the 2nd of November. With that day passing, I am officially a quarter of a century old. I received a lot of love on that day, a lot of people wished me a happy birthday, some not believing how old I am. You aren’t alone in that disbelief. I, too, can hardly believe that I’m 25.

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