which in a nutshell mandates companies must also include benefits from expenses resulting from in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. NOW, tell me how fertility and pregnancy are required to be covered, but some law makers are trying to allow employers the right to TAKE AWAY the birth control option. Continue reading →
So, I’m probably way more excited then I should be, but I got a new elliptical. It’s not like we really have any room in our tiny one bedroom apartment, but, dammit, I’ll make room. I told my husband, “I have to do it. I’m tired of being fat.” He always just laughs at me.
I was not born to be a mother. I didn’t grow up dreaming of being a princess in a castle and marrying a prince. I didn’t spend a lot of time cradling babydolls, and I didn’t play house all that often. I had Barbies for awhile, but they were oversexed weirdos. In fact, by the time I was about ten years old, my make believe games often had aspects that were distinctly weird. When my cousin and I would hang out, we’d pretend we were a bickering old vagrant couple and we’d speak continuously in cockney English accents (it used to really flip my mother out). Continue reading →