As she thought about her husband, Victoria Sorensen reflected on everything they’d been through.
“It’s like he’s Captain America but he’s barely ..
Let’s face it, divorce sucks! It doesn’t matter how you got there, but the feeling once you are there is isolating and unsettling. It wasn’t my goal..
We all know the struggle of military life: constant deployments, TDYs, random shifts, and all that comes along with one (or both) spouse being marri..
Some fear it, some hate it, some welcome the time apart.
Whatever you think of deployments, we can all agree that having our servi..
I chose my career over my military husband.
I’ve always been motivated to achieve. So has my husband. This joint go-get-‘em attitude is part of w..
A military spouse must always be flexible.
This seems to be an unwritten law in every branch of service, doesn’t it? If you’ve been a military sp..
Some may call us Know-It-Alls. Perhaps, even an “Old G.” Dependapotomus? Not a word. Now, that’s a funny one!
I am currently on my 19th year of b..
Within a month of my husband’s deployment to Camp Stanley, South Korea, I had already booked my plane ticket to visit for the Christmas holiday. Whe..
Stacks of unopened mail by the door. Broken crayons in the junk drawer (c’mon now, we all have one). Maternity clothes shoved on the top shelf of my..
Ever since I can remember, I’ve kept a journal. In 2nd grade, my teacher had me jot things down daily as a way to improve my writing and storytellin..