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For a moment, in January of 2015, Senator Warren seemed to care about The People. Sadly, the Senator's concerns were a flash in the pan. This is my letter of hope. Read More
When 20% of an entire generation is written-off, one would think the nation would shout in horror and demand proper treatment and a halt to the epidemic; rather, they seek ways to alienate, isolate, and denigrate those who do. Read More
After 7 years in Vaccine "court," which is not a court at all; I learned our case was filed based upon what the attorney found easiest to file, not my child's actual case history. The attorney, no matter how inept, will be compensated (though, regardless of skill, never what they… Read More

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Quick note to the President Read More
In 2013, I responded to a peer wondering when/what her recovery party might be - for too many of us, we will be celebrating the end of our hope for our children to attain independence. Read More
Upon dismissal from Vaccine "court," I am working to process and shape the experience so I can share the inner workings of this hellish kangaroo court. Read More
This is my contribution to the Project Muse discussion, "Narrative Symposium: To Vaccinate or Not? Parents’ Stories:" Liz Parker. "From Ignorant Consumer to Informed Advocate: Lifting the Curtain and Confronting Oz." Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, vol. 6, no. 3, 20 January 2017, pp. 176-180. Project Muse, https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/35716 Read More
Submitted to the Washington Post in response to their blogger, Alexandra Petri Read More

Short Story / Other

November 29, 2016

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Will anyone ever help Colin? Read More
Sorry for the long title, but this is a true story. Oh, yeah... Sorry for not posting for a while. Wait, never mind. Your welcome for not posting for a while. Read More

Book / Romance

January 14, 2016

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The Romance House

Sometimes all you can do is wait. Healing takes time, right? Would you rather be a prisoner of your own body, or dead? A tale of two legs, and where they're going. ~Inspired by Tarsem's The Fall and my own experiences recovering from back surgery~ Read More

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Slavery and child abuse are against the law, right? So why are Karen and several other orphans unpaid servants at a school? They also get punished for doing anything wrong. Will freedom ever come to these girls? Read More
Summer is suddenly paralyzed after being in a car accident with a drunk driver. But the thing is, she is completely innocent. She did not drink any alcohol at the party. Why would God do something like this to her? This is the sequel to the Seasons-Winter Read More
After a car accident leaves Madeline injured and her dad dead, her mom decides to move them to a different town. Life is tough for Madeline in the new town. And to make matters worse, the neighbor girl keeps talking about God. Why would Madeline want to have a relationship… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 25, 2014

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Jessie is a bareback riding champion. She is extraordinary with horses and can deal with any stallion. She thinks. Read More
Gwen is always on the go. She lives life in the fast lane with her busy softball team as well as coaching. But then, illness starts slowing her down. What is going on? Read More
A stranger has arrived on the island and claims to be a Christian and a doctor. Emrarie is the only one who speaks English and can speak to the gentleman. His ideas are a little different than the islanders' beliefs, but maybe he is not all bad. Read More

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After dealing with a tragic loss in her family, and the fact that she is now living in the populars world and the rules are defiantly not the same. Sarah Filler must adjust to her new surrounding and her new love that is sprouting like blossoms in the heart of… Read More

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When injured famous 21 year old Natalie Portman is sent to experience life with the well known Avengers she must either trust herself or watch as her world falls away into streaming puddles of worries. Copyright 2014 by LoneStallion54 Read More

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I just had a bad day, and I'm scared to reach my limit on concussions. Read More
A less than chance meeting of Cow and Farmer. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 05, 2014

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A character introspective. Kind of free prose. About change, growth. - We wish we were free from our past, but the past is the dirt not the chains. - Read More

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A man gets seriously injured at work and is in the hospital. While there, his girlfriend is MIA then shows up sporadically and has a poor attitude. The man is flirting with an attractive nurses assistant but nothing ever comes of it but he never gets a chance to say… Read More

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The real life story of a man who survived falling nine stories. Written from both his as well as from his wive's perspective. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 10, 2014

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Emergency room experience, the first and last. Read More

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Tyler Young is a 17 year old football player for his school. He has dreams of becoming a professional footballer, but not all is what it seems... Read More
Read this personal account of my struggle for survival after the electrocution that took place at work in 2002. Read More

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