It was a Saturday afternoon in late January, and I was driving to work when I noticed a group of people gathered around a small white van parked outside the McDonald’s near the entrance of my workplace.
The van was parked outside an abortion clinic.
The clinic’s owner, Marlene Zink, was waiting for me in the parking lot when she heard a commotion, and when she saw me, she stopped and asked me if I was ok.
I had a friend who was pregnant, and after a minute or so, she handed me a pamphlet.
It was an invitation to an abortion service, and a few weeks later, she had my son, Jordan, born.
I was in Toledo, Ohio, driving to a Planned Parenthood clinic that is part of the University of Toledo campus, and it was the first time I had actually seen the clinic for myself.
The abortion clinic’s name is Planned Parenthood of Greater Toledo, and the clinic is run by the pro-life group Students for Life of America.
The day before I arrived, the university had announced that they would be opening up a clinic in the city of Toledo, which was already the second-largest city in the state of Ohio and home to the University and a number of medical schools.
I started walking toward the clinic when a car pulled up to the side of the road and someone yelled, “Get out of the way!”
The person yelled, and then another person yelled at me to get out of their way, but I kept walking.
I walked until I saw a small sign on the window of the van that said, “Allowing Pro-Life Prolifers to Use Abortion Services.”
I didn’t even see that sign, so I didn�t know if anyone had come.
The woman who was standing next to me, an older woman who didn�T even have a face mask, asked me what was going on, and so I asked her what the clinic was called.
She said, �I�m not going to tell you, but you can call us anytime.� I didn, and she went back to the van and turned off her lights.
She told me to come back later and to call her again.
She was standing there with her hands on her hips, and someone else, who was not wearing a mask, yelled at her to get off the sidewalk and walk on the sidewalk, but she didn� t care.
I went up to her and said, “I have to call the police.
I have to tell the police that someone is trying to break into the building.”
She started crying, and as she cried, someone came up to me and said that someone was trying to shoot me and she had to go.
The officer who was with me then told me, “You have no right to come here and ruin my day.
You�re a criminal and you�re going to jail.”
I felt a lot of anger.
I didn`t know how to respond.
I just kept walking, and that�s when I realized that I didn’ t know how much of the story of abortion is being told here.
The pro-lifers had come to get their abortion, but the police were going to make it impossible for them to get it.
As I walked to the sidewalk I was trying not to look at the pro, who kept staring at me.
I saw that the pro was wearing a hoodie, and he was carrying a shotgun.
He asked me, �What is this?� I told him, and my friend yelled, �This is the clinic.
It�s Planned Parenthood. It doesn�t matter if you are pro-choice or not.
I told the pro that he could come and have his abortion, and if he did, then I was going to call police.
The police officer looked at me and asked, �Who do you think you are?� And I said, I don�t care what anyone thinks.
I said to him, “Well, we are here to help you, and we want to get this thing over with.”
Then he said, `We are here for you, too.
We will arrest you if you don� t come out.
We can�t afford you to be here.
If you are not going, we�ll arrest you anyway.’
He took me to the back of the clinic and started to walk away, and by the time he came back, the police had already taken the pro out.
It turned out that the clinic owner, the pro and the police officer had all been at a protest earlier in the day.
At the protest, the protesters were trying to block traffic, and they were trying very hard to get in the clinic, but they were being arrested by police.
They were trying so hard to take away their guns, but their weapons were confiscated.
I don’t know what happened that day to get them arrested, but