Parents/Family

Military Mom, An Unexpected Role

Thirty years ago when I was blessed with my first beautiful daughter, I was overwhelmed by the love I had for her and the joy I experienced knowing I got to be her mom.  I felt the same with the birth of our other two daughters and then with our son.  I loved being aContinue Reading “Military Mom, An Unexpected Role”

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Finding Me

“Oh, Meg, you don’t know?” she look at me confused. This was not my post anymore, not my current Army home but one I still held close to my heart. The confusion on my face answered her question. I was going down the list of past friends, mentors, inspirational wives with a dear, dear friendContinue Reading “Finding Me”

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A House…A Home

“You can paint?” she asked. I had checked into it when we decided to apply for post housing for the first time. “Yes, I just have to paint everything back white before we move.” She laughed. Trust me, I know how silly it sounds. Really, I do. I didn’t paint our first house because weContinue Reading “A House…A Home”

Household/Food Military Martha

50 States 50 Recipes Alabama

Our next stop on the 50 states, 50 recipes tour is; Alabama: http://www.50states.com/alabama.htm State capital: Montgomery Largest City: Birmingham Admission to the Union: December 14th, 1819, 22nd state to join the union Economics: Alabama’s agricultural outputs include poultry and eggs, cattle, plant nursery items, peanuts, cotton, grains such as corn and sorghum, vegetables, milk,  soybeans,Continue Reading “50 States 50 Recipes Alabama”