Monthly Archives: July 2015

Overcoming Fear: Responding to the Aftermath of the Chattanooga Shooting

   As a military spouse, I have experienced the last few days much differently than the average civilian. I buried myself into my work on Thursday after I heard what was going on. I didn’t even allow myself to think … Continue reading

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Tears and Prayers in Chattanooga: The Senseless Loss of 4 Marines

It’s Thursday. The day of the week we are supposed to share memories and photographs from the past and hashtag them as #throwbackthursday or #tbt. But today, July 16, 2015 in beautiful Chattanooga, TN as a result of the horrific … Continue reading

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Sunday, fun day!

Today was refreshing.  It was my first time back to church after our long vacation, and the message and worship were nourishment to my soul. I was so happy to have my dad there, too! Today was also special because … Continue reading

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Drill weekend? What shall we do…? SUP!

My husband has been in the Reserves for 17 years. His travel requirements have been a part of our entire courtship & marriage. I try to turn this time of us being sad that he’s away into something positive. So … Continue reading

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