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Let’s Play A Game Called Deployment

Let’s Play A Game Called Deployment

Let’s play a little game called Deployment. It’s a single player strategy game. There is no time limit. It’s mentally challenging and sometimes physically demanding. The is no reward for winning. In the end all you get is the satisfaction that you survived and also […]

Planners 101: Basic Information And Guide

Planners 101: Basic Information And Guide

Planner Basics and Guide No fluff, no useless information; just knowledge. So it’s the year and you set some resolutions. One resolution you might have chosen is being more organized (or looking like it), or to stop forgetting things and start being on time. Whatever […]

Mahalo Hawaii: Our final goodbyes a year later

  We have been back on the mainland for almost a year now. Time as past by so fast, I can’t even remember last week. I think we are finally over ever obstacle that we have faced… Well almost. There is this little thing called a […]

Observations of Southern Living

Observations of Southern Living

If you don’t know,  I “recently”, as of July, moved to Fort Bragg,  North Carolina. Previously, we lived in Hawaii stationed at Schofield Barracks Army Base for four years. It was four years of ideaic summer weather. No one in our family owned a pair […]

Welcome to our new home!

Welcome to our new digs!  We are so excited to show you our new place!  It was a busy summer for us, and we are happy to start the Fall on our new page as a .com!  Now, to be real (because we always are), […]

How Do I Set Up My Child’s Services at Our New Duty Station?

The dust is finally starting to settle down on our pcs roller coaster ride. The boxes are almost unpacked and I’m starting to get the layout of the land. The first important step I need to take next is to set up our children’s services. […]

Nothing Completes a PCS like a Trip to the ER

I think I have read that title phrase a million times and sadly it is still true. So here to entertain you on your Monday is the first story from PCS hell. Our first PCS was a overseas tour four years and one kid ago. […]

With A Smile on my Face and a Song in my Heart- Trying to Remain Pleasant While Visiting Family

We have all been there before; thrusted into a situation with a family member who makes some comments about your children or family. Most common “well your cousins son does that and he’s fine”, “it’s just a phase”, and “they will out grow it”. I […]