Laura Lysek Spagur
When I realized I was pregnant, I was ashamed and didn’t want anyone else to find out.
I had gone back to school to get my nursing degree, and I already had two children. I was done having babies. When I told my boyfriend, he encouraged me to get an abortion, so we made an appointment together.
On the sidewalk in front of the abortion clinic, a kind woman approached me and spoke the words that I already knew were true: “There is hope.”
She took me to Life Choices Women’s Clinic, where I saw Cash for the first time on the ultrasound.
Life Choices gave me the help and support I needed to stay in school. Today, I’m a nurse, and I know that for Cash and myself, there is so much hope for both of us.