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We could have been famous!

Meg and I started watching the Real L Word Season 2 last night. The show follows a group of successful, attractive Los Angeles lesbians. Two of which, Kacy & Cori, are trying to conceive. Kacy & Cori have been together for 5 years, and legally married for two. The first episode portrays the girls charting Cori's ovulation and contacting an old friend as a potential sperm donor. Inevitably the two are disappointed when he retracts his offer. The season will continue to follow Kacy & Cori as they search for a donor, a doctor, a lawyer, and plan for insemination.

We're really excited to watch, but Meg can't hold back her emotions as the couple has stolen our mojo! We should have been on that show!

I guess we'll just have to settle for the fame and fortune obtained from this blog. lol.

Sidenote, Meg had less cramping yesterday and feels great this morning!

Here is a picture of Cori & Kacy...(The Real L Word Season 2 airs on Sundays at 10:00pm on Showtime)


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  1. Hahaha I still haven't see this show.

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  2. http://community.thebump.com/cs/ks/forums/thread/55431057.aspx

    You still could be :)

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