First off, thank you to all who contributed to Chris' ethical discussion. I have been fascinated with all of the responses and different view points. I enjoy being challenged and medical ethics has done just that for me.
I have received a few emails wondering why I have not commented. It would take too long to explain at this time, but in short, I am not in a place in my life that I can take a step back and be objective. Things have been on the rough side here and I am not able to sort out my thoughts or emotions. I have read every comment though and feel very thankful that most all have refrained from being less than polite. I honestly believe that we learn a lot about each other with each challenging topic.
On a another note... we are headed out of town to have some fun. Much deserved fun. Although I will have my laptop, I am going to try very hard to spend some time away from it.
Lastly, thank you to all who have continued to visit The Preemie Experiment. I've been somewhat absent but I assure you, I am not going anywhere. I still feel that together, with all of our various viewpoints, we can make the future brighter for the new crop of preemies being born each day.
I want to leave you all with a video that I found very interesting. Although not directly related to prematurity, I think Jill Bolte Tayler's experience will open some doors into the world of the human brain.