Erin Rovak Henderschedt’s writing has been published in Redbook Magazine, USA Today, The Daily Caller, The St. Louis Jewish Light, and in the anthology: Will Work For Apples. She started this blog to help the military community by offering support, advocating, sharing experiences and finding good deals for military families. She is a writer, academic writing coach, editor, teacher, Navy wife and mom to 4 sons (one who has Autism Spectrum Disorder). Together, in 29 years as a military family, they have endured nearly 10 deployments and moved 13 times. Home is where the Navy sends them, and currently that is in Beijing, China. Her boys are 23, 20, 17 and 13 years old. The Been There Done That mom, Commander In Chief At Home, offers insight into: military family life, living overseas while serving our country, and no-nonsense parenting.
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Dear Erin, I’d be interested in your feedback on http://www.StayingStrong.org. It is a videobased website for parents and educators of military connected children. I hope you’re curious and will it check it out. I’d truly love your feedback. Thanks. Paula Rauch MD (Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, Boston, MA)
Mentioned your blog in my post today! You’re in my top 10 (http://the-room-mom.com/2013/07/17/3143/) XO Caitlin
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Thank you for taking the time to read this. My name Is Sarah Elizabeth I am writing you about my husband Dave Adams performer and writer of Comin’ Home for our troops ,if you have not already heard of Dave Adams I would like to share a little bit about him, Dave has been performing for our veterans and those who serve since 2009 from 28,000 seat arenas to V.A hospitals across the United States serving the military community with song and giving our heroes a chance to escape, even if only for a moment, from the madness they deal with on a daily basis .
I could think of no better way then going straight to the source which is you, our military families and there supporters to help get the message out about the launch of our campaign Comin’ Home ,They Fight So We Can Dance to raise funds to keep giving free shows to our veterans, those serving and you, the families
We will be launching July 4th 2015
Please see the video and sample of the campaign by clicking link below:
We would deeply appreciate your help, bringing awareness to this campaign.
Thank You So Much And God Bless