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5 Spooky Things about Military Spouse Life

Murphy knows when to strike, and despite our constant preparedness for him, he still has eerily good timing. Like when the refrigerator broke the day of deployment, or the kids got sick the weekend of staff duty, there are just some things that we can count on. In the spirit of ghosts and goblins, thereContinue Reading “5 Spooky Things about Military Spouse Life”

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Work-At-Home Struggle: Learning to Respect My Time and Teaching Others to Do the Same

No, I can’t, I’m working. While I haven’t said these words out loud as many times as I’ve wanted to, I’ve said them in my mind at least once a day for the past year. I know every other person who works from home says them daily, probably hourly. I left my full-time office jobContinue Reading “Work-At-Home Struggle: Learning to Respect My Time and Teaching Others to Do the Same”

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10 New Year Promises for the Military Spouse

The new year has begun, and with it comes reflection. It was challenging, wasn’t it? Scary sometimes and sad at others. As much as we loved, and hated, some moments of it, we wouldn’t change it for anything. In fact, we’ll happily do it again in 2018. I have some ideas on ways we canContinue Reading “10 New Year Promises for the Military Spouse”

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Notes of Love for Wounded Veteran and His Family

The slogan Virginia is for Lovers took on another form this week as a local Virginia community welcomed a wounded veteran and his family to the area. US Army Sgt Michael Goodrich and his family were welcomed to the North Stafford, Virginia area a few months before their house will be ready by the “OperationContinue Reading “Notes of Love for Wounded Veteran and His Family”