Today is Day 2 of the Blog Carnival hosted by Wives of Faith, and the topic is:
“What duty stations or locations would be on YOUR dream sheet?”
This one is easy for me to answer! So far I’ve only lived at one duty station – Fort Bragg – and I really like it here. It’s close . . . → Read More: Just dreaming
This week, I’m taking part in a Blog Carnival hosted by Wives of Faith. If you are a military wife, I can’t encourage you enough to become a member and get connected with these awesome ladies!
Here are my top 20 answers in no particular order to today’s topic,
“You know you are a military wife when…”
. . . → Read More: You know you are a military wife when…
A couple of my really close friends have husbands who are currently in Afghanistan, and I have another good friend whose husband will be there very soon. This morning, I felt led to pray strongly for these soldiers, and for their families – for protection and comfort. It’s no secret that things are challenging over there, . . . → Read More: Prayers for protection
Now that Rob is back from deployment, we are church hunting again. It’s always a challenging process, but this past Sunday we visited a church for the 2nd time and so far we really like it. Whether or not we’ll choose to become members there still remains to be seen, but I know without a shadow . . . → Read More: Have you surrendered?
So I had this post ready to post yesterday, but got busy and forgot to post it 🙂 You’ll understand why.
Aug. 31, 2010 – Rob was sworn into the Army (again), and left to begin his training as a “prior service” soldier first going to WTC (Warrior Transition Course), and then to AIT (Advanced Individual . . . → Read More: He’s HOME!
The U.S. troops have exited Iraq and crossed into Kuwait. Watch the video if you haven’t seen it. It’s awesome to see that gate close. The next step is HOME! I am so ready for my husband to be home again. Today marks the 219th day since I have seen him, and the closer we get . . . → Read More: All I want for Christmas is my Hubby!
I am so excited!! This deployment that was supposed to last until May, will be over soon! According to the President, the troops that are in Iraq will be home by the end of the year. Obama even said they “will definitely be home for the holidays”. Of course, I don’t know if he means Christmas . . . → Read More: Troops in Iraq are coming home!
Just a couple days before Veteran’s Day, my awesome Hubby was featured on a local news channel in their “Soldier Salute” program. I submitted his information and some photos and was super thrilled when they notified me that it would be showing. Thank goodness for DVRs, because they gave me a 2.5 hour window and it . . . → Read More: Soldier Salute
Veteran’s Day is a day to honor and remember anyone who has served our country in the military – past or present. Unlike Memorial Day, which is to honor those who gave their life for our country, Veteran’s Day honors those that have passed or are still alive.
Today, on 11-11-11, Lovebug and I joined with . . . → Read More: Happy Veteran’s Day!
It’s been a while since I’ve written about how life in the Army is going for us. I honestly can’t believe so much time has gone by already. We’ve now been an Army family for over a year – about a year and 2 months. I’ve been completely shocked by some things while totally unfazed by . . . → Read More: The good, the bad and the ugly of Army life