>When I looked in the train window and saw only a few people I knew we had a hot car, when I stood at the door and felt the heat blasting me, I wondered if they were blasting heat into the car. I found a seat next to a normal looking guy, but I think that was the only normal thing about him.

Later when I heard the sad news about someone’s pregnancy, my mind went back in time 27 years when my mother took my sister-in-law to the hospital and I was not allowed to go, after all I was only 18. To a friend who stated that was why she didn’t want to get pregnant, a friend who subsequently went on fertility meds to get pregnant and now has four children.

Now I am done.