Monthly Archives: February 2012
As a new Army bride, Fort Riley, Kansas was my very first military Post experience. I left my East coast life and landed in what I thought I was the middle of nowhere. Like so many other military spouses I felt alone and extremely leery of this new military lifestyle that I knew nothing about. The fact that my new husband was always off training didn’t help my loneliness. Continue reading
Two things I love: a parade and a right answer. Of course there are many more things I love, but I’ll not start you on the list of “1001 Things Star Loves about Life.”
I love a parade as much as the next person. A parade to welcome home and thank the troops—like those currently being talked about on NPR, CNN, and Stars & Stripes—by my accounts should be a brilliant idea. Continue reading
The title caught my eye. “Why Military Marriages Really are the Most Romantic,” an article in the February 2012 issue of Military Spouse Magazine, written by Navy spouse Tom Litchford.
“Well sometimes,” I thought to myself.
Military life has certainly provided me with some of my most romantic moments. Continue reading