Monthly Archives: May 2016

Snakes and a Language Lesson

Last Thursday was a day to remember.  I saw not only one snake, but two, and they were both cobras!  Neither snake was long for this world.  The first was lying, injured, on the road, and the second was a … Continue reading

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Military Discount at Affinia Hotels

Affinia Hotel Collection offers “Stay & Salute” with up to 30% off rates, $10 donation per reservation & more   NEW YORK, May 16, 2016 – Launching in advance of Memorial Day, Affinia Hotel Collection, with five locations in New York City, … Continue reading

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Where the Water Meets the Sand- Book Review

This is a wonderful, easy to read, memoir. When I first started reading it, I forgot it was a memoir, it read so much like the prose of a novel.   Once I was reminded that it is a true story, … Continue reading

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Deployment Diatribes on The Stir!

The Stir’s Cafe Mom is running a series on Motherhood and they put up a Deployment Diatribes Post.

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T Minus 1,704 Hours

PCS season is nearly upon us, and it’s far better to go into it eyes wide open, than to pretend that it isn’t coming.  For readers not familiar with the acronym, PCS stands for Permanent Change of Station.  In layman’s … Continue reading

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