In this 90-second video, WCEI co-founder Nancy Morgan explains how to measure wound depth when there's slough or eschar in the way. via @woundcareeducat

In this 90-second video, WCEI co-founder Nancy Morgan explains how to measure wound depth when there's slough or eschar in the way. via @woundcareeducat

Nancy Cawdrey Studios presents western art, horse art and silk art created by western artists and contemporary artists Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey and Morgan Cawdrey using mediums such as oil paintings, silk paintings, watercolors paintings, pastels paintings, mixed media paintings, and acrylics paintings.

Nancy Cawdrey Studios presents western art, horse art and silk art created by western artists and contemporary artists Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey and Morgan Cawdrey using mediums such as oil paintings, silk paintings, watercolors paintings, pastels paintings, mixed media paintings, and acrylics paintings.

Daily Paintworks - "Singular Sensation" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Singular Sensation" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Cone Flowers" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Cone Flowers" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Spring Tulips" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Spring Tulips" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Tulip Twosome" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Tulip Twosome" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Mixed Roses" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "Mixed Roses" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Stories of women in combat date back to the Revolutionary War. Nancy Morgan Hart, depicted here, became known as a Revolutionary War heroine after defending her home and children against invading British soldiers. The story goes that she fed British soldiers, who demanded food and drinks, in her home and while they weren't looking, Hart turned their own guns on them.

Nancy Morgan Hart, Revolutionary War - Photos - Women in war

Stories of women in combat date back to the Revolutionary War. Nancy Morgan Hart, depicted here, became known as a Revolutionary War heroine after defending her home and children against invading British soldiers. The story goes that she fed British soldiers, who demanded food and drinks, in her home and while they weren't looking, Hart turned their own guns on them.

Daily Paintworks - "One Tulip" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

Daily Paintworks - "One Tulip" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Nancy F. Morgan

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