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To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7c

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7c

by SoldierNurse22 - This is the final "subsection" of Part 7. Please ensure that you're reading this story from the beginning! All characters are fictional, though the period of history described here is accurate to...

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7a

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7a

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use....

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 6

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 6

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use....

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 4

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 4

by SoldierNurse22 - As a further historical note, the cities of Ludington and Hamlin are also quite real--or at least, Hamlin used to be. Ludington, MI continues to thrive as a tourist town, its days of industry long...

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 3

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 3

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use....

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 2

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 2

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use....

To Everything, There Is A Season

To Everything, There Is A Season

by VivaLasViejas - A fiftysomething nurse and writer recalls a moment in the late 1960s, when homecoming parades and perfect fall afternoons were highlights of small-town American life. It was a time before our...

The iPad Mini is compact and durable.

The iPad Mini is compact and durable.

by traumaRUs - I have had an iPad Mini for several months now. I am into all things Apple so I must be honest and let everyone know up front that I am a little biased. However, since few reviewers are completely...

So Long As We Both Shall Live

So Long As We Both Shall Live

by VivaLasViejas - As the anniversary of our wedding day approaches, so always does a time of reflection on what my husband and I have accomplished in our marriage, and what we hope to accomplish in the years to come....

A Worshiper's Heart: Devotionals for Daily Living, Part 1

A Worshiper's Heart: Devotionals for Daily Living, Part 1

by nursefrances - This is the first in a series of Christian devotionals. The goal of these writings is to touch the heart, spark a meaningful thought or feeling, and encourage those who need encouragement with the...

When The Rain Begins to Fall

When The Rain Begins to Fall

by SoldierNurse22 - The semi-coherent ramblings of a soldier working a small clinic in a small MEDDAC, somewhere in the USA. Written during the furloughs this summer, this is a story of a nurse, soldier and human being...

The Litter Box Incident

The Litter Box Incident

by VivaLasViejas - Instead of the gloom and doom that's become standard fare for me lately, here's a refreshing and (hopefully) amusing little tale of over-eagerness, cat-litter box changes, and what happens when an...

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7b

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 7b

by SoldierNurse22 - To reiterate--this story is completely fictional. None of the characters in this tale really existed. However, their stories closely mirror the lives of real people who lived during the Civil War. ...

Jury-Rigged

Jury-Rigged

by VivaLasViejas - It's as regular as rain in this nurse's life: the biennial notification that she has once again been selected for jury service. Join her as she discovers that there really is a...

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 5

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 5

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use....

Years Well Spent

Years Well Spent

by jaelpn - Written in loving memory of all those we have taken care of throughout our years of nursing experience. The ones that have touched our hearts as we have walked this journey with them. The man as...

My Quest for reliable technology!

My Quest for reliable technology!

by madwife2002 - My computer was just past 12 months old and of course for the first time ever I didn't purchase extended care, as for previous computers I had never ever needed to use it! I believe this is called...

To The Lonely Seas And The Sky -- Part 1

by SoldierNurse22 - The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in...

Can You Survive a Zombie Apocalypse?

Can You Survive a Zombie Apocalypse?

by sirI - Can YOU survive? The Zombie Apocalypse is here and we must help each other. The unreal is now reality, unbelievable, but true. The dead are out to get us. We must use our survival techniques in...

Acumen Electronic Medical Record is simple to use.

Acumen Electronic Medical Record is simple to use.

by traumaRUs - We are all familiar with electronic medical records. As we go forward we are finding how our documentation is linked to reimbursement. This makes it extremely important that we thoroughly...

A Worshiper's Heart Devotional: Crayons and Paper, A Lesson of Grace

A Worshiper's Heart Devotional: Crayons and Paper, A Lesson of Grace

by nursefrances - Have you ever thought about how our Lord desires our companionship and worship? The One who holds the heavens in the palm of His hand, the One who created the universe. He wants to spend time with...

If You're Clumsy and You Know It, Pour Your Meds

If You're Clumsy and You Know It, Pour Your Meds

by VivaLasViejas - Ah, the indignities of late middle age: needing stronger glasses every year.....discovering that crepe-paper has replaced the skin on your hands......having to take enough prescriptions to require...

Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?

Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?

by VivaLasViejas - .....on that September day, now twelve years in the past, yet which is ever present in our hearts and minds as we face new threats of war. Journey back in time for a moment to that morning, when...

Human Foods Which Cats Can't Eat

Human Foods Which Cats Can't Eat

by sharpeimom - Often it is tempting to share our food with the family pet, and most of us are guilty of slipping the odd tasty morsel. If you do indulge your cat, it is strongly advised you check out this list...


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