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Tiny Pony Caring I don’t know which one is carrying a gun. My first marriage ended in and I was desperately unhappy about that. I didn’t want it to end. And the constant attacks from the antiabortion fanatics were part of that. And many, many times I felt so alone. And like, what is the point of this, you know? Why? How can I go on? Hey Shelley, this is Susan, first of all, Happy Birthday. I completely forgot that it was your birthday and then in horror I realized that’s it’s also Dr. Tiller’s birthday. So, when you get home at your convenience give me a buzz, okay? Bye. The house that I live in is up high and there was one time that a Federal Marshall came and paid me a visit. He said, Well this is very good. This would be a hard shot even with a sniper rifle. Oh good. I’m glad. In my residency, I did OBGYN and I was at a Catholic hospital. So I never learned to do abortions, it never came up. And then what really got me interested was when they started shooting doctors. You know, they shot the two docs in Pensacola. And I thought, Oh my God, you know, everybody’s gonna get scared out of doing it and then who’s gonna do it? Yeah, there’s two reactions to being bullied. One is to sort of go, pull your head in and try to get away from the bully. And the other is to say, Oh yeahhh, that’s how I feel, oh yeah! My husband is amazing. He’s very, very proud of what I do. And I don’t think he’s really afraid either. He thinks about security in his Game but not in an obsessive way, that affects his life badly at all. But, umm, my being away from home is quite trying for him. It is hard to be traveling all the time. My wife totally supports me, and I could not do this work without her absolutely not. We met actually in midwifery circles, and I think because she was a midwife herself I think she also really appreciates this work. But whenever I leave my home, I have a tremendous amount of sadness of leaving. And then I started seeing patients and they’re just amazing. So I go through that cycle endlessly. I’ve been going through that for years now.