Sunday, January 22, 2006


This adorable Baby Picture is from the Ann Geddes collection.

I once saw an interview with her on how she achieved each photograph. For this one she searched out a man with extrememly large hands, and then she found a really tiny baby!

Cool huh! Check out her pics! There's a lot of oohs and auhs!

Today, Sunday is the infamous anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. An interesting side note: The woman that the case revolved around is now a 'born again" Christian, and part of the Pro-Life movement.

Another note: Society has created a pleasing alternative called Pro-choice. There is no such thing. It is either Pro-Life or Pro-Death.

If God has a ironic sense of humor, we may, when we pass on, find out who these victims would have been. Wouldn't it be poetic justice to find out that the person who could have cured cancer, was an abortion!


  1. Denise McDonald said...
    WannabeMe said...
    Hehehe. But God IS Pro-Choice - as in I have the choice to choose life or death.
    Anonymous said...
    I could not agree more. We often sugar coat unsavory things so society will accept them. It is almost funny that people get mad for pro-life groups showing aborted fetuses, but the same people who support abortion think we should show all the bodies of the service men and woman killed in war so people will see the truth. A dead baby (not fetus) is the truth.
    Lisa S. said...
    That is one of my favorite pictures. It shows just how precious and important every life is, from the littlest baby to the man attached to those big hands.
    Jennifer said...
    I love that picture. I've seen it before, and every time I do, I think of myself in the hands of God.
    M. C. Pearson said...
    I once did a mock debate over abortion for my final grade report in US Government class in 12th grade. The teacher was really into woman's lib...her name started with Miz. Anyway, the other person who reported with me was also a born-again Christian. We took a survey before our report: When does life begin? was one of the questions. Most said at birth. By the end of our report 99% said at conception. Our liberal teacher gave us A+'s. What a great triumph it was...we took the entire hour for our report. No one was bored.

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