The Doctor said it was IMPOSSIBLE

“It will be impossible for you to get pregnant,” she said, the doctor with the supercilious mouth stared back at me while I sat on the crinkly thin paper on the table. The room smelled of alcohol wipes and the atmosphere was turning toxic. A few weeks earlier, the ultrasound glared back at me, a […]

The Army and Yogurt

While moving from sea to sea on the Army’s whim, being raised in one place seemed both desirable and foreign. I could never relate to people who grew up in the same town with the same friends since Pre-K. That type of commitment seems so binding and less flexible than the consistency of inconsistent PCS (permanent change […]