I, Gloria Poole, Registered Nurse licensed in Missouri /artist/author/cartoonist/illustrator/writer/blogger/tweeter/photographer/ twice-divorced/single-again/white/Christian/ personhood promoter/citizen-journo/publisher/republican/ oman-mother of 2 grown daughters named Jennifer and Leigh, drew this yesterday and signed it, photographed it, uploaded it and posted it. I have been ‘catching up” some of my blogs that I update regularly because I got behind on my own schedule for them. Copyright. Gloria Poole, Missouri, 6th August 2017 at 4:07pm. ALL RIGHTS TO THIS ENTIRE blog/ ACCOUNT AND ALL CONTENT ON IT — ALL ART , ALL WORDS AND ALL PHOTOS IS RESERVED TOO [KEP FOR] ME GLORIA POOLE OF MISSOURI. You may not download any post on this account. You may not save any post or any art nor any photos nor any words of this account onto your own flash drive. You may not make reproductions of any content on this blog. You may not make prints nor copy & paste copies of any art nor any photos on this blog. You may not forward your domains to this blog. You may not make derivative works of art from any content on this platform.

I updated also today my https://gloriapoole-paintings.blogspot.com .

Yesterday I updated my blog that I began in my then-married name now former name at https://gloriapoolepappas.blogspot.com.

You can follow me on twitter at these accounts of mine : @gloriapoole; @gloria_poole; @gpoole817; @tweetie0817; @tartan_Bliss; @ProlifeNurse; @personhood1; and @gpoole817; and each is different.

On a different topic, please oppose genetic modification of humans. Insist on a ban on GMO-humans! Genetic modification of humans should be illegal. what it does and how: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/08/human-embryos-gene-editing-crispr-us-health-science/; w/ quote : ““The scientists are out of control,” says George Annas, director of the Center for Health Law, Ethics & Human Rights at the Boston University School of Public Health, who thinks that scientists should not edit the genomes of human embryos for any reason.”…”The panel recommended that in the case of the human germline — genes passed down from generation to generation — scientists refrain from editing genes for any purpose other than treating or preventing a disease or disability. The report also insisted on a more robust public debate before such experiments begin.”

For more on the debates raging across America on the prolife issues please read https://prolife-nurse.blogspot.com and also