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TNG probably wasn't so N, anyway. And I'll bet he had bad breath. And a really hairy back. And clearly, no follow-through.

I love organizations like Water.org that have a single-minded focus and do it really well. Thank you for highlighting them! I have made my donation, and should I be fortunate enough to win the drawing, I would like a copy of Bass Ackwards and Belly Up, inscribed to "Anna".

Hi Sarah,

I just made my donation to water.org and would like to be entered in the drawing. I started following you because I am a TVD fan (and spend way too much time playing on the internet). I am also trying to get pregnant and understand what you are going through, though my situation is a little different. I am married, but have endometriosis which is a leading cause of infertility. I've had 3 surgeries, one failed IVF, and am planning on another surgery and IVF after the holidays. I know how it feels to be in the two week wait and I wish you all the best! Your books sound like a good read, as I would love to give up the normal path for a while and follow my dreams. I love my life as a wife and first grade teacher, but need some excitement now and then. I would love to be involved with the movie/tv industry, as I have always found it fascinating (especially seeing how a script is translated into action on screen). I am very thankful for shows like TVD that help me escape reality for a while, as thinking too much about not being able to get pregnant is rather depressing. Anyway, sorry for such a long, rambling response. Congratulation on going after what you want and I truly hope that this IUI works for you!


Hi Sarah, I had heard about Water.org a while ago but thank you for the reminder and I made a donation. This is a great organization and it is so sad that what we take for granted in our country is so hard to come by in others.

I've only recently started following you but good luck with the IUI, forget about TNG and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Thanks, Vicky. :) You have a great Thanksgiving, too!

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