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Distorted Thoughts: One maid's struggle to eliminate negative thinking

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Most daddy’s like to call their little girls princess, my dad always called me his little sludge rock. He said “Sheila, you’re smart, solid and strong like a rock, but for whatever reason you’re always surrounded by shit, so you’re my little sludge rock.” I have compiled journals that started with me leaving my abusive husband six years ago. When you’re in a bad relationship, you lose yourself. Somehow through all of this trial and error I found myself. I have covered a wild and wide assortment of topics filled with hilarious quick witted moments and heart felt moments of self-clarification and acceptance. I rose from being unemployed, homeless and a single woman with no self-esteem to this self-assured, motivated dreamer. I discuss beating my demons and loving myself after a lifetime of hating myself. Each entry is like its own short story where I analyze myself that will make you cry, laugh and hopefully want to take notes. I like to think if the people who contributed to the Chicken soup for the soul books were drunks this is what would happen. *Warning I cuss a lot. I'm crude. I can come across offensive at times. But I'm always honest.



Celtic Inscrutability - Women of Song

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Residence Of Mortal Sin (blu-ray Disc)

Residence Of Mortal Sin (blu-ray Disc)

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MP and MSPs against business rates hike 02/01/17, via Mearns Leader

Mairi Evans MSP and Staurt Donaldson MP both met with local hotel owners Sheila and Frank Howarth last week to pledge their support, while Liam Kerr MSP has written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay to plead their case. A number of hoteliers and 

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The Grande Riviera condo sells for $4.35 million 03/30/17, via YourObserver.com

John and Sheila Kerr, of Sarasota, sold their Segment 132 condominium at 850 S. Tamiami Trail to John and Amy Burke and Emma Burke, of Longboat Key, for $239,000. Built in 1997, it has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 1,224 balanced feet of living area.



97-year-old former army nurse a living Canadian legend - Toronto Sun

She has a Legion of Honour medal on her chest from the grateful country of France. There’s a banner hanging on a light standard on Kingston Rd. with her picture as one of Canada’s Second World War heroes. When she walks into Pickering’s Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 606, they stand to honour the 97-year-old army nurse who valiantly served in England and France in 1944-45. Helen Kerr is a living Canadian legend and — reluctant — war hero. “I appreciate it all but I am nothing special,” she said with a chuckle. Humble Helen. Many wounded soldiers came home because of the care she and hundreds of other Canadian nurses provided in those dark days in the battle for Europe. Flashback to June 6, 1944 when she was known as First Lt. Helen Greer from Imperial, Sask. Just 25 at the time, she was on board RMS Lady Nelson hospital ship en route to Europe when the big D-Day news broke. “It came over the loud speaker that we had landed on the beaches in France,” she said. The liberation of Europe from Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany had begun. “Everybody was really happy about it,” she said. But days later, in the 21st Canadian General Hospital in Horley, England, the reality hit home for the nurse everybody called “Red” because of the colour of her hair. “We didn’t know it but we were going there to take care of the wounded from D-Day,” she said. In one day at Juno Beach, 340 Canadian troops were killed. Their sacrifice, and that of so many others in many armed conflicts, is remembered on Nov. Helen remembers them every day. “They are always remembered. She also remembers the wounded from that day too — 574 Canadians, to be precise. Over the next two months, the number of dead and wounded grew. “Some lost legs, were paralyzed, hurt their backs, had serious head injuries, suffered burns,” Helen said. “When I get asked about what I think of war, I say it is a good thing to try to avoid. The scars of war are not just physical. “I remember one boy who would sit up in his bed and stare out into space,” she said. What went on that day and in so many other battles clearly was hard on them. The horrors of those images are still with her 72 years later. “I remember a lot of their faces,” said Helen, who chronicled her story in a book called Tender Years. And the soldiers she helped get back on their feet didn’t either — as documented in a tiny notebook many signed. One soldier expressed his thanks in a poem: “A salute to you, gentle lady, and the noble cause you serve, your aid to suffering mankind is a tribute to your nerve. “God Bless you, gentle lady. Will be in many a soldier’s prayer, as they smile in the midst of their suffering, when they sense your presence near. “He was a sergeant,” said Helen. Some of the notes in her book were harmlessly flirtatious, but there was only one man for Helen — Capt. Alex Kerr, from Glasgow, Scotland. “He asked me to marry him and he was so darned handsome that I did,” she said, laughing. “But I only would if he would move to Canada — so he was a war groom. They were together until his death in 1991, had three children (Robert, Sandra and Sheila) in the GTA, and decades of happiness. When Helen lays a wreath on this Remembrance Day, he’ll be on her mind — as well as all the Canadian soldiers she saw in pain and suffering. So many of them wrote to the Kerrs, calling her a hero and expressing how much they appreciated what she did. “Well, I appreciated what they did,” she said. She has a Legion of Honour medal on her chest from the grateful country of France. There’s a banner hanging on a light standard on Kingston Rd. with her picture as one of Canada’s Second World War heroes. When she walks into Pickering’s Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 606, they stand to honour the 97-year-old army nurse who valiantly served in England and France in 1944-45. Helen Kerr is a living Canadian legend and — reluctant — war hero. “I appreciate it all but I am nothing special,” she said with a chuckle. Humble Helen. Many wounded soldiers came home because of the care she and hundreds of other Canadian nurses provided in those dark days in the battle for Europe. Flashback to June 6, 1944 when she was known as First Lt. Helen Greer from Imperial, Sask. Just 25 at the time, she was on board RMS Lady.

Source: www.torontosun.com
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Abounding in anthologies of dramatic art and critical insight - varied, stimulating, broad in its view and deep in its perceptions. exciting variety of translations. enlightening essays from some of the most stiumlating minds of the century- Leonard C. Pronko, novelist, Theatre East and West, Chair, Dept. of Theatre, Pomona College Includes: Aristophanes: Lysistrata, translated by Donald Sutherland; The Birds, translated by Walter Kerr; Menander: The Grouch, translated by Sheila D'Atri; Plautus: The Menaechmi, translated by Palmer Bovie; The Haunted Quarter, translated by Palmer Bovie; Terence: The Self-Tormentor, translated by Palmer Bovie.

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  1. The Sheila Variations Irish screenwriter Seán O’Casey was born on this day in 1880. He was the first major Irish playwright to deal with slum life and the reality of the Dublin depleted.
  2. DICK, KERR LADIES FC 1917-1965 - Resonate of Honour A esteem to them all. Hats off to each and every one of these incredible women!
  3. DC #862: The Summer of Sheila Carter and Cutthroat Bees ... On this week's Daytime Hush-hush podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens and Jillian Bowe dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Worldwide
2013 Perth Kilt Run - 8 km Participants & Photos (1 of 2)
2013 Perth Kilt Run - 8 km Participants & Photos (1 of 2)
. NEW ! See also, an album of 2014 Perth Kilt Run pictures in Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/ianhun/sets/72157645345849905/ ......................................................................................................... June 22, 2013, 6:12 p.m. LIST OF RACE PARTICIPANTS (page 1 of 2) The following runners and walkers participated in the 8 km Perth Kilt Run. The bib numbers & names are listed by Ontario community (see the list below), then by other provinces, and international. The names are additionally sorted alphabetically by last name. ...................................................................................... In addition to this set of pictures in Flickr, see also each runner's official race photos. (Click and enter bib # or last name.) ...................................................................................... List of Runners and Walkers from: A. Perth B. Ottawa C. Kanata D. Carleton Place E. Nepean F. Smiths Falls **For A...
Photo by ianhun2009 on Flickr
Here's your race kit.
Here's your race kit.
Jan. 15, 2010, 11:43 a.m. The race kit pick-up location for tomorrow's 10k and 5k "Richmond Road Races" is at Bushtukah, on Richmond Road in Ottawa. The races, organized by the Run Ottawa Club, have been held since 1983, and the number of registered runners and walkers in this sold-out winter event has grown to 500 participants. The weather forecast for tomorrow's race is cold (-13° Celsius) and clear. (See the 2011 race event photos.) 10k race participants ---------------------------- Aaron Braumberger Adam Bemrose Adriana Zeleney Alex Cullen Alexandre Michel Alison Hill Allan Smith Alyson Symon Amelia Deslauriers Amelia Kitely Amy Maheu Andre Clement Andrea Bird Andrew Ledger Andrew Rose Andrew Shutler Andrew Weston Angèle Charron Ann Marie Brady Anne Blimkie Anne Cowan Anne Gallant Anne-Lise Gauthier April Constantineau Arthur King Barbara Sandilands Barry Degan Ben Ouellette Bob Cordukes Brenda Tirrell Brendan Montone Brent Pellett Brian McClean Brian...
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My idea...
My idea...
I got this ring, but the actual frame bit was huge. I really liked the fact it was a Polaroid though and you could change the image. So I didn't return it, I got this done instead thanks to Sheila Kerr ♥ www.sheilakerrjewellery.com/
Photo by Mitchypop on Flickr
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