Scott Stanley Davis

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Simply Shirley


This is Shirley she is very girlie and a mother of one; She has been a nurse for many years in this Universe and graduated from her class as first; As a nurse she has worked many hours missing lunches but never missing many punches. She worked most everyday binding up wounds and listening to worries of the people as she hurries to get her work done for the day. Now you may think She lives alone, but she has two cat's and two dog's and some that come around whose names are yet unknown; She Loved her Mother and her Father and really never much going any further than her home that she considers her Rome where she stays in Shalom (peace) . She has a Son who she had fun with in praising and raising him into manhood: But most of all she has a friend who has stuck with her through thick and thin, and has watched over her, her entire life who you might say is such a one as this, Why its God himself and has held her up ever since...

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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