Most of Rochelle’s family use the hospital emergency room as their family doctor. Many don’t have health insurance and wait until there is an emergency to go to the doctor. 538 more words
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Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary.
Somehow I’ve made it through the snow and the slush and the mud and the swamps and the sun and the mosquitos and the hounds and the men with their guns and their whips and their chains and their bounties for their property. 472 more words
Bethenny: So on the break we were talking about you living in LA?
Toni: Yes, I am in LA and my ex-husband is there but we get along great. 92 more words
As I was watching the Bethenny show today, I heard some fairly disturbing comments from none other than Toni Braxton. After she spoke on certain issues like her divorce and being a pet owner, my eyebrows were in a permanent “up” position. 159 more words
Today I had a conversation with my feminist friends about the social and economical implications of a woman’s decision to have children when one of my friends brought up a hilarious quote from Margaret Cho which was “babies scare me.” It was then that I realized that unlike some of my white, feminist friends it wasn’t the idea of babies that scared me. 461 more words