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All-female quintuplets! / Rotisserie chicken, Golden Oreos, 33rd birthdays

Quintuplets born to Texas couple, hospital says

A Houston hospital says a woman has delivered five girls in what it believes is the first set of all-female quintuplets born in the U.S. The Woman’s Hospital of Texas say Danielle Busby had her babies by Caesarean section April 8. Doctors say the children, born premature at 28 weeks, were doing well on Wednesday.

Dr. Jayne Finkowski-Rivera says the babies are only requiring modest help breathing. Busby, her husband Adam, and her eldest daughter, Blayke, welcomed Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige. Their birth weights ranged from 2 pounds to 2 pounds 6 ounces.

Today, I got the 407 bus just in time at 3:45. I went to Price Smart to get rotisserie chicken (February 2, 2014) [which I’d been craving for a week or so], Golden Oreos (1 September 2014), and two 2016 birthday cards for Steph and Lisa, while I remember that their bodily death processes will accelerate at 33! (Mike had found that morbid on September 18, 2014) I got home at 4:40, ate half the chicken, prepared the cards, and then threw away some extremely old Grand & Toy glue sticks with the chicken bones and other junk. Then I told Krista about Mike ignoring me at Brighouse Station [March 10, 2015] and about how I wished we could live in fantasy novels just so we could have magic and potions on our side. That way, we could erase the abusive tendencies of our exes (gaslighting / bullying / narcissism / blame / manipulation), while injecting totally new concepts like empathy and true love.

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