Monthly Archives: February 2013

I’ll be away for an undetermined amount of time. The surgeon tells me it could be six weeks or six months. I’m thinking positive and made a large purchase of office supplies today. I’ve been working with Dragon. We’re not … Continue reading

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The Liebster Award – Discovering New Blogs Awards By – Sheri de Grom Early this month, I had the pleasure of being nominated for the Liebster Award by the distinguished Mae Clair. Mae’s debut novel, Weathering Rock, was released in … Continue reading

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Is This Justice? One Woman’s Opinion By – Sheri de Grom I’m having a difficult time reconciling the equality of military justice in the treatment of Army Major Nidal Hasan and that of Staff Sergeant Robert Bales. Both men are … Continue reading

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The Stars Align For The Continuation of The 2012 Blog Award By – Sheri de Grom On January 11, 2013, two of my favorite blogging friends awarded me with the final two stars I needed for my 2012 Blog Award. … Continue reading

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A Cup Of Coffee By – Sheri de Grom Len of myownheart has asked that I join her for a virtual cup of coffee. Len and I agreed we’d most enjoy meeting at a brick-and-mortar coffee house with extended hours. … Continue reading

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Reality Award By – Sheri de Grom Earlier this month I received The Reality Blog Award from my blogging friend Patricia Yager Delagrange. Thanks, Patti, for nominating me. You’ll find Patti’s blog here. She always writes about an interesting range … Continue reading

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A Fatal Transition – General David H. Petraeus                         One Woman’s Opinion   By – Sheri de Grom   A photograph of former U.S. Army General David H. Petraeus taken in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on July, 2011, is a favorite of mine. … Continue reading

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Curse of a Nurse I have an almost complete disregard of precedent, and a faith in the possibility of something better. It irritates me to be told how things have always been done. I defy the tyranny of precedent. I … Continue reading

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