ADOPTING A FOOLPROOF PLAN FOR MY RETIREMENT
by Todd Hartley
I have a son who is 4 years old now, and as much as I love him, I have to admit he’s made the last four years considerably more challenging than the ones that preceded them. This is not to say that the child-rearing process isn’t without its rewards, on occasion, or that I’m not happy to have a child. It’s just that the current situation I find myself in is not the one I’d always envisioned.
You see, it had always been my plan to adopt a child, preferably one who was in his final year of medical school. I never got around to doing it for a couple of reasons. Read the rest of this entry →