Author Archives: Frances Wiedenhoeft

About Frances Wiedenhoeft

After a lifetime in nursing, anesthesia and the Army I now write, blog, attend school for journalism and massage, and watch my 3 grandchildren. I am a veteran of Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan and try to serve other vets such as myself, and to work for peace.

BPA Free Baby Bottles: It’s Already Too Late

Got your new baby or your toddler all set up with BPA free bottles and a well-stocked fridge with all those BPA free disposable plastic water bottles? Too late, a study by the non-profit Environmental Working Group sampled random newborn … Continue reading

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The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Beloved Country

Off in a dusty outpost, at the other end of the world, we often flew our flag. At that time, many of the Afghan’s still believed we would save them from the Taliban, the flag was a reminder to us of … Continue reading

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The Daily Page Weekly Photo Challenge for Beloved: First Smitten

Writing out his first Valentine card. Beloved

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