Blog Archives for category military spouses

Don’t Mind the Gap

All my regular tables in the loft of the Starbucks are taken, so I grab the only available seat downstairs… Continue reading »

The Bottom Drawer

Ironically, there are benefits to moving so often as a military family. Every few years, we’re forced to go through… Continue reading »

Culture or Torture? Lessons learned while traveling with kids

April is the month of Spring Break, and Spring Break is a time for travel! The possibilities are endless: a… Continue reading »

I can’t wait to move!

Well, first, there’s the heat. The year-round, thick, hot, humid, gnat-infested, sweat producing, Florida heat. The lousy palm trees certainly… Continue reading »

Another year of yo yo dieting?

What’s the most commonly broken New Year’s resolution? You guessed it – LOSE WEIGHT. You start out with the best… Continue reading »

My gravy’s better than your gravy

We do it every year. We cut out recipes. We make lists. We go to the commissary. We elbow each… Continue reading »

I give and give, but what do I get?

I’m going out on a limb here and say that the majority of you have a bottle of mustard, a… Continue reading »

What’s that you say, Mrs. Robinson?

  Dear Mrs. Molinari, Thank you for your completed application.  However, the work experiences you listed in section C were… Continue reading »

The Skin and Bones of Contention

At some point or another in a marriage, a wife faces a delicate dilemma: How to incorporate her husband’s deer… Continue reading »

Won’t Go Topless

  Listen folks, you really don’t want to see me going topless — it aint pretty…unless you think two fried… Continue reading »