I’m taking a little vacation in Wisconsin. It is rather cold and snowy, which makes me less interested in traveling anywhere while on vacation.
The March for Life seemed to draw a rather large number of people. I read that some thought it was the largest March ever, and suggested the number to be 225,000. Although that might be a generous number, it appeared to me that the March attracted many, many groups of people from across the United States, and was probably the largest I have seen since I first participated in 1996. I would easily put it at over 100,000. I’m not sure why the March was so large–perhaps there is a bit more of an awakening to the seriousness of life issues. The exact reasons are not as important as the simple fact that the March is growing.