I’ve pretty much stayed away from Nadya Suleman except for one drive-by post, but, honest to Pete, this is worth reading. (This blog lives up to its name.)
Plus, if Karen’s not 100% right, she’s 98% right. The only part I might quibble with is the she-did-it-for-the-money part.
It’s possible that Suleman did it for a constellation of messed up reasons that didn’t have anything to do with money.
Now she’s thinking about the money.
Reality set in.
Sort of like when you get home from looking at the time share and realize you really didn’t want to sign that contract. For a time share, though, you have three days to back out with no harm done.