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Munich & Garmisch

Hello, friends!

I have a more thoughtful post brewing, but for now I’ll show you some really lovely pictures of Germany that I was able to take this week. 309 more words



I was going through my parents’ stuff that I had taken to a climate controlled storage unit and I found dad’s “brand new captain” picture. 31 more words

The Therapy Backfire Conundrum

We went to therapy.

Couples therapy.

It was supposed to help.

We were supposed to engage in couples therapy for an indefinite amount of time. 419 more words



I happened to be on base one night last week when “colors” were sounded. It’s among my favorite things to witness.

1 of 3 shipments down

It’s finally feeling real. We’re actually moving to Okinawa.

This past week our unaccompanied baggage was packed and shipped. If you’re new to the USMC life or just overwhelmed with all the incoming info, unaccompanied baggage is the first shipment you send. 678 more words


Memories Of Past Travels (East Coast Speed Trip 2014/Part 2)

(NOTE: I ended up having to cancel my trip to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Just before I was set to fly out, my wife informed me that she was pregnant with our first child together. 493 more words

Humble Knox roots lead to outer space for NASA astronaut


Gold Standard Editor

Randy Bresnik has traveled the world and beyond.

The former Marine just completed his latest trip Dec. 14, 2017, when his command of NASA’s Expedition 53 successfully touched down to Earth in the frigid landscape of Kazakhstan. 794 more words