Monthly Archives: June 2015

What’s to Love about Diplomatic Life?

A lot. I admit, I did not want to move overseas.  As I like to say: been there, done that.  I didn’t want to do it again and it wasn’t in the plan. Plan. Ha! So, I spent the first … Continue reading

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ThankList- Whom Do You Want To Thank?

Who made an impact on your life?  A teacher, a coach, a grandparent, a parent? As Father’s Day approaches, former United States Marine, and cancer survivor, Ron Prince chose to thank his father – who is also a former U.S. … Continue reading

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Deployment Chart For Families

This is a guest post about a deployment chart, from The Victoria Chart Company. They are offering 25% OFF this chart this month, please follow the link at the bottom of this page http://bit.ly/1PEE2eR and enter ‘MILITA25’ at checkout.   “At … Continue reading

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Applying to College From Abroad, With Special Needs, Taking a Gap Year

Could it be more complicated?  Probably. Am I grateful that we are able send our willing eldest child to college?  Of course. Am I 100% overwhelmed?  You bet. I hardly know where to start.  Zack needs to take the SAT … Continue reading

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