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Remembering 9/11: A Day That Will Never Be Forgotten

Post Originally Published On 09/11/11 Today is September 11th.  Over a decade has passed since the unfathomable terrorist attacks that left the United States stricken with grief, yet also united in our steadfast love for our country. For two weeks I’ve been composing this post in my head, and I could never seem to getContinue Reading “Remembering 9/11: A Day That Will Never Be Forgotten”

Military Kids/Special Needs

Mom, I Want to Be a Military Wife Just Like You

As most of us know, April is the Month of the Military Child.  It’s an entire month dedicated to reminding both the general public and military families alike that our children serve our country too.  Our military brats learn how to salute before they can speak, how to repeatedly say hello and good-bye (sometimes inContinue Reading “Mom, I Want to Be a Military Wife Just Like You”

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Book Review: 1001 Things to Love About Military Life

I first heard about the book 1001 Things to Love About Military Life when a friend mentioned it on Facebook.  I looked at the title, immediately clicked over to Amazon, and ordered the book without even bothering to read what my friend had to say about it.  Why was I so quick to buy thisContinue Reading “Book Review: 1001 Things to Love About Military Life”

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Book Review: Alice Bliss

Book Review: Alice Bliss When I first started reading Alice Bliss, a novel by Laura Harrington about a teenage girl coping with her father’s deployment to Iraq, I had no intention of getting overly emotional.  I’ve lived through my husband’s deployments.  I’ve lived vicariously through friends’ deployments.  I’ve read military spouse memoirs about deployments.  This bookContinue Reading “Book Review: Alice Bliss”