Even in that moment, holding this tiniest, most perfect of little persons, my mom didn’t say yes or no. It wasn’t that all these people didn’t have opinions, but every single one of them knew I was going to have to do this largely by myself; that answer had to come only from me.
I looked down on little Quinn John, and I decided to be his mom.
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I have lived an incredibly privileged life, and I have never felt physically threatened by people who are tasked with keeping me safe.
What is much more interesting to me now is to consider who I am today because of that terrible night, exactly 25 years ago.
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