Some female professor of women's studies in Australia has quoted parts of an entry I wrote making fun of the 66 year old Romanian woman who had a baby back in 2005.
Here's the URL for her article, but it's boring as hell to read. Except for the quotes from my journal, of course.
On the other hand, here's the link to the entertaining entry I wrote, called BAG LADY WITH A BABY.
Uh-oh. For some reason the link may come up for a different entry. How bizarre is that? You can go into the archives from January, 2005 and find it dated 1/25/05.
Wait a minute, one of my technical genes kicked in. If the link fails this URL might work: http://journals.aol.com/jevanslink/AskMrsLinklater/entries/2005/01/25/bag-lady-with-a-baby/1576
Trust me, you won't be disappointed. Plus there's a photo of me with friends on my sixty-first birthday, having thoughts about telling the next guy I date that I want to have his baby. Here's a little taste of some of the thoughtful things I wrote:
Do you think she's nursing?
This birth will no doubt create a whole spate of new book titles:
*Coping with Menopause During Pregnancy*Wrinkles or Stretch Marks -- You Be the Judge