There are dozens of subcultures in the United States. If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you’ll know my family is a proud member of the military subculture – with less than ten percent of American society being able to claim a military veteran in their immediate family. 1,289 more words
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It has clearly been some time since I last blogged and figured it was about time I jumped back on here! If you follow me on Instagram you know that a lot has changed for our family and if you don’t, you should, you are clearly missing out on all my sweet pictures! 350 more words
I’m going to draw attention to something that most of us would never want attention to in the first place because 1) It’s doing what we have to do just like anyone else in this world, and 2) Single parenting is generally, probably, harder and we hate to even imply that we’re comparing. 616 more words
I am happy that my military service will come to an end in 6 months, I know my life will be back to normal I can enjoy and do all the things which I missed in 18 months, while I was thinking of this on my bed, I hear my fellowmen in the room talking to each other and said how they missed their lover, I too can’t stop thinking of my ex-boyfriend, I hate every time he pops up in my mind, that night I can’t sleep and I know the next morning I will be in problem I will not have much energy. 139 more words
That’s right! PCS (Permanent Change of Station) season is upon a lot of military families and this year, we happen to be one of them. Our family has been stationed at Offutt in Omaha, NE for just shy of 3 years and now we are headed to Nellis AFB in Las Vegas, NV. 460 more words