When you are a military family, you find yourself renting rather than buying most of the time. You simply move too often to purchase your own home. That means dealing with landlords. While most of our landlords were fantastic and begged us not to move away, there was one particular exception.
Today I addressed something that many of you have been wondering about. Considering how often I mention Alaska, and my love for living there…why in the world did we move to Alabama?
Every year when the end of the school year rolls around, you start seeing all sorts of references to Memorial Day. Lots of flags going up, sales, and barbecues galore – people look at it as the official kick-off of summer.
This past week, I headed off to Virginia for my son Joshua’s AIT Graduation. For those that are not familiar with army terms, AIT is the school where they learn their job in the army. It was so great seeing him. It was also mice taking a trip down memory lane. Fort Eustis was our …
Last week we went on a trip that covered 1,256 miles, 5 states and 3 military installations. Why? For my son’s Basic Combat Training graduation at Fort Jackson, South Carolina!
Here we are on the verge of another holiday – I’m thinking back on Christmas Traditions of years past. Over the years we have had many Christmases in many places. Our first Christmas as a family was in Virginia. My husband was “lucky” enough to have gotten assigned to “CQ” duty that night. He spent …
I thought I would take a moment to share some information about facebook security. Let me tell you why.
Every couple years on average, army families are faced with new challenges. Lots of challenges all brought on by a simple piece of paper called “PCS Orders.”