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I was talking with
and as usual, the conversation prompted me to think about things. At the point I am now, I do not want children, I don't even think I'm ready for a Relationship witha capital R. But at the point I'm at now, if I knew for sure, or thought there was a good chance that I would pass along RSD, I would not have children and would instead adopt. Yet, blindness would not be something that would worry me. I believe that blindness can be compensated for, but I know that RSD can be even worse than I have it, and I wouldn't want my child to face it.

In other, friendlier news, I went to Brewberry's today. If you measure a route in making it back safely, I did fine, if you measure it in not getting confused and never missing the traffic light, then I didn't do so hot. Apparently I missed it twice, according to the person who came and helped me. Now I'll just do some reading.



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Feb. 11th, 2006 05:31 pm (UTC)
kids and coffee
Weird subject huh? I do not want to bear children... If God chooses to allow me to bear a child someday, I will not hinder Him; but I am at peace with not bearing a child and I have no intention of forcing the process... I could not conceive when I was married, and I believe that He was protecting both me and my child. Whatever my neurological condition is, it is likely hereditary. I wouldn't want to pass it on--it is more frustrating to live with than blindness ever could be.

And there you go with the coffee again. Oh well... I guess I'll have to settle this issue when C is here this afternoon and make her some hot chocolate and me some coffee...
Feb. 11th, 2006 06:29 pm (UTC)
Re: kids and coffee
Come to convention in 2007, I'll show you some amazing coffee!
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