We all need it. Most of us don’t feel like we ever have enough. And some of us will try everything in the book (that’s legal) to get more.
With Army life, we are on the move every few years. My husband and I have moved about a million times. Well, not a million, but it sure feels like i..
Recently, someone asked me why I was trying to rationalize President Trump’s cabinet nominations after they overheard me talking about General James..
I was born into the military. My dad is a West Point graduate, and for most of my childhood, I was the only one in my class who had immediate family..
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..
What makes you smile? What makes you light up from the inside? For me, it is volunteering. I remember volunteering my time alongside fellow girls as..
We moved last summer, and to be honest, it felt like we’d been moving all summer. I love to move. The possibilities of a new community, a new house,..
Military families are well-versed on sacrifice. We understand being confronted with hard times. It’s almost normalized among our communities. The en..
A few weeks ago, my husband sent me a photo of his pharmacy ticket while he was waiting for a prescription at Walter Reed National Military Medical ..