Blog Archives for tag Moving

Life lessons from the last of the litter

The cranberry farmer reached a calloused hand into the crate and grabbed the loose scruff of one pup’s neck. Holding… Continue reading »

Sound Off: Do school changes hurt military kids in the long run?

By now, kids are back into the swing of school, reestablishing seats in the cafeteria, slipping prohibited gum paraphernalia into… Continue reading »

Trash, Treasure & Timing

Like most hoarders, I’m in complete denial. I see myself as a “collector” of valuable, interesting, and sentimental things. It… Continue reading »

My kids are TOTAL BRATS!

From the time I toddled around in droopy diapers, to the day I drove off to college in my VW… Continue reading »

She’s a rich girl

In the darkness of Room 318, my husband’s gravely snore could be heard over the rattle of the air conditioner…. 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 »

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 »

Why I love being ordered around

To everyday civilians, “the pursuit of happiness” typically involves career, home, love, and family. It’s no different for military families,… Continue reading »

Sharing Happiness

My phone rang this week, and for once, it wasn’t my kids or my husband or my mother or my… Continue reading »

The Lame Duck in the Chicken Coop

For the last three years, I have been living in conditions that could be described as very similar to that… Continue reading »

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