Published Author of The Summerland Novel Series
elizabethcheryl has written 11 posts for The American Citizen's Daily

Lupus, What You Need to Know

Waking in the morning to ankles that cannot support your weight can concern any woman, especially when you have an eight month old to nurse and a six year old to get off to kindergarten. Adding to the complications was numbing in my toes and a very dry mouth that seemed next to impossible to … Continue reading

Single Moms, This is For You

       Single Moms, This is For You  GAZA CITY, Mar 07, 2013(IPS) – “In Gaza we don’t lead normal lives, we just cope and adapt to our abnormal lives under siege and occupation,” says Dr. Mona El-Farra, a physician and a long-time human rights and women’s rights activist in the Gaza Strip. On … Continue reading

To Arm or Not to Arm, That is the Question:

To Arm or Not to Arm, That is the Question: “Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer, The Slings and Arrows of outrageous Fortune, Or to take Arms against a Sea of troubles, And by opposing end them: to die, to sleep No more; and by a sleep, to say we end.” Obviously when … Continue reading

Everything IS Bigger in Texas, Including the Maternal Mortality Rate

The maternal mortality rates in Texas of 1 in 1000 are now tying the maternal mortality rate in countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia according to the statistics. Texas Gov. Rick Perry has made it his pilgrimage to shut down Planned Parenthood and other women’s clinics in an effort to push his anti-abortion credentials. Perry, … Continue reading

Sugar, Cancers Best Friend

With the new year under way and the past behind us one thing that we may have brought with us into 2013 is not something any of us want to think about, cancer cells. Women tend to be more vigilant with their health than men do but that is not always enough. It has been … Continue reading

​Un-%$&@?*&!!!! Believable!!!!!!!

Why the hell should I be writing about another gang rape in India only a few short weeks after that last gang rape in Delhi that shook the world? I am disgusted and beyond outraged as most might be feeling after reading the latest headlines. A 29 year old woman was driven past her stop … Continue reading

History in the Making

As we close on the last year and send 2012 into the past so much of what we base our future on seems to be pieces from our past. We read books that teach us to live in the present and leave the past in the history books, but that’s just it, if it wasn’t … Continue reading

My Rant

Ok here we go people, I know I am going to not make friends on this one and I don’t really care. I have spent the majority of my life being the polite girl everyone expected me to be. I was raised to smile and say thank you like most of you. I have learned … Continue reading

Sold but not Forgotten​

In the village of Meghalaya there is not adequate food to feed most children or a husband who needs to eat a full meal to complete a 16 hour day of work for a job in the fields for only pennies. The grain has been emptied and the water run dry. A five year old … Continue reading

Ask an Ant

Like all insects, ants have six legs. Each leg has three joints. The legs of the ant are very strong so they can run very quickly. If a man could run as fast for his size as an ant can, he could run as fast as a racehorse. Ants can lift 20 times their own … Continue reading

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