Browsing All posts tagged under »Donica Covey«

Admit it, We’ve ALL Done It

April 21, 2014

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Howdy! Yes, please don’t faint or anything but I’m back! I’m among the living and HAPPY to be here! As you know if you’ve followed me, my life has been a rocky roller coaster the past couple of years. The loss of my husband, my home and my direction kept me done for a while. […]

Don’t say…

May 3, 2013

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You’re beautiful…show me how much you desire me Trust me…saying it is a flag, proving you can be trusted is more important I can’t stop thinking about you…this is a good thing unless you’ve demonstrated you only think about ONE thing I need you…see above I cherish the moments we’ve spent together… I can’t breathe […]

Want ads…

April 26, 2013

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Want ads, personals, advertisements…buying, selling, marketing…if you are looking to market your books, you need to know how to sell them, you first must market your story to the publisher, then market it to the reading public. In some of my social interactions there is the discussion of joining dating sites. (Yes, this is looping […]

From the files

April 23, 2013

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Decided to pull out the poetry files and share then I have to get back to the books. Finals tomorrow! You didn’t break my heart, only bruised my ego. You made me cry, not because you left, but because you didn’t have enough faith in either of us to give it a chance. I was […]

Just Popping In To Say:

March 28, 2013

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Huggles! Donica

Nightmares & Bad Days

February 13, 2013

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Last night I had horrible and vivid nightmares. I dreamed I failed both my finals today so the school sent Jason Vorhees (Friday the 13th Jason), to kill me. The stink of his molding clothes hung in the air and clung to my body like a shroud. I hid in a Denny’s and watched him […]

Ethical Question

February 8, 2013

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In my Medical Law & Ethics class the following question was raised: Is it ETHICAL for an HIV positive healthcare worker to retain their patient care position? Should they reveal their status to their patients? Their employers? Their coworkers? Statistically the healthcare worker is more likely to be infected by a patient (1%) than vice […]