Month: March 2012

The Little White Lie: Apply When Necessary

I have a 30 minute lunch break every day at work.  And during that lunch break, all I want to do is eat, check email and Facebook on my iPhone, and enjoy the silence.  When you work with 5-year-olds, silence is a rare commodity.  After a morning filled with whining and tattling and your name […] Read more…

Adventures in Camping

Image Credit: Google Images´╗┐ Ahh, the great outdoors.  The fresh air.  The peace and quiet.  The campfires.  There’s nothing quite like pitching a tent and letting the rest of the world fall away as you sleep under the sparkling stars.  Right? Unfortunately, my husband and I don’t exactly have the best track record when it comes […] Read more…

Sh*t Civilians Say to Veterans

I was trying to come up with a top 10 list for today, but my brain has been burnt toast since I ran a half marathon over the weekend.  For some reason, my thoughts keep going back to a YouTube video I saw a couple of weeks ago, Sh*t Civilians Say to Veterans.  I passed the […] Read more…

Wife on the Roller Coaster Meets Military OneSource

I’m thrilled to share that I’m a guest blogger today on the Military OneSource Blog Brigade!  Check out my post called Moving Day Memories.   ***If you’re a military spouse blogger, and you’re interested in guest blogging at the Blog Brigade, click HERE for the guidelines and latest topics.***´╗┐ Read more…

How Pinterest Is Helping Me Bond With My Son

I joined Pinterest a couple of months ago.  And just as I suspected I would, I went crazy for the first couple of weeks, pinning this and pinning that.  I pinned recipes and quotes.  I created boards for the important roles I play: mil spouse, mom, teacher, runner, writer.  I even started pinning my favorite top 10 […] Read more…

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