patience to work full time and write full time.Other, more complicated factors went into thedecision, though. I am very close with a mom who had her kids after years of invasive IVFtreatments. She wanted kids really, really bad. And she is a kickass mom and her kids areawesome. I hope a woman like that is havingmy genetic baby, but I am willing to bet that whoever it is/was will be at least a better momthan the average mom or even if she's not thekid will grow up in Manhattan with money, which is better than I'm doing so far. Also, I think there is a weird/interestingelement of technology and evolutionintersecting here that has created a way forgenetically fit but financially challengedindividuals (me) to send their genetic materialinto Manhattan's financially secure butprenatally challenged families. (It costs aninfertile couple more that $20,000 to attemptto get pregnant with donor eggs in Manhattan.)I am securing power/resources for my future"offspring," but without actually being a"Mom."
That's a really interesting thing to say,i. e., you're helping to make the financiallysolvent/dominant also geneticallysolvent/dominant. I think your photographwould get you more sales, or is that how it works? Now I see: the reason is money, which