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sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.30.2014
January 30     NURSE   What if the word God is like the word nurse?  What if the person is only the simple meaning?  The actor doing the service, the plain act, uncontrollable from my end.  What if my active part of God is the same as my active part of nurse? ...
orna-b-raz's picture
Oct.15.2013
Recently I heard of several women in their early 40s who grew weary of the business world and decided to go back to school and study nursing. They felt an urge to make a difference and to do a meaningful work. Hospitals in Israel offer today a shortened nursing course for university graduates in...
dixie-swanson's picture
Sep.10.2013
  I’ve recently been with an elderly aunt and I feel like I fell down the rabbit hole into a world without reason. I drove her to see an old friend, a lovely woman of 88, whom I’ll call Felicia. Felicia has endured a long, progressive neuromuscular condition which renders her paraplegic...
mark-gillispie's picture
Mar.22.2013
After two weeks of post-chemo hell, I've begun to recover. I won't have much time to enjoy it. It's back into the fire next week for my fourth and final round of treatment. I hope “final” is not wishful thinking and that this medicine works. Most times it does not. Joanne, my friend at Kaiser,...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.29.2013
  January 29     Inertia   in·er·tia n. 1.     Physics. The tendency of a body to resist acceleration; the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest or of a body in straight line motion to stay in motion in a straight line unless acted on by an outside...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.30.2012
  January 30   NURSE         What if the word God is like the word nurse?  What if the person is only the simple meaning?  The actor doing the service, the plain act, uncontrollable from my end.  What if my active part of God is the same as my active...
pattie-welek-hall's picture
Jul.06.2011
Don't miss today's exciting JOY Radio interview at 11 AM ET with Trudy Harris, retired Hospice nurse and author of "Glimpses of Heaven" and "More Glimpses of Heaven." If you have lost a loved one, are facing a terminal illness, or are simply curious about what happens when we...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.29.2011
January 29     Inertia   in·er·tia n. 1.     Physics. The tendency of a body to resist acceleration; the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest or of a body in straight line motion to stay in motion in a straight line unless acted on by an outside force. 2.     Resistance or...
bob-mustin's picture
Jul.06.2010
Susan O'Neill is the last in my series of writers with military backgrounds - she was a battlefield nurse in Vietnam with an amazing short story collection to her credit.          It's a pleasure when a new writer has something to say and says it well. Former army nurse O'Neill's debut story...
ed-creager's picture
Jan.09.2010
While working on my new blog ( "Scientific Words of the Week"), something got me thinking about the various uses for my "EasyTerms" book series. If you're writing fiction and want to have characters who seem knowledgeable about Biology (or Nursing, Anatomy, Medicine, Nutrition...