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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
Remembering In the United States, Memorial Day is a federal holiday set aside for remembering the people who died while serving in our nation’s armed forces. Unless you work retail, you probably get the day off. Memorial Day has evolved … Continue reading
This is a great breakdown of the news, by Sarah Peachey of MilitaryOneClick.com The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission released its annual report today to “modernize the Uniformed Services’ compensation and retirement system.” The committee believes the following recommendations … Continue reading
Sometimes weekends pass with nothing out of the ordinary coming to pass. This was not one of those weekends. Nothing dramatic happened but we saw several things that made me double take. Life abroad is full of things we don’t … Continue reading
Check out Spartan Race founder Joe DeSena’s new Podcast “Spartan UP!” WE UNCOVER WHAT MAKES THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE WINNERS. The epitome of grit, Joe Desena, founder & CEO of Spartan Race and NY Times best-selling author, travels the globe … Continue reading
I usually don’t write about TV shows, though I do get a lot of pitches for them. Something about my mood lately made me read through an email from a new show’s representative this morning and I am so glad … Continue reading
Freezing rain forced at two hour delay of the school day, so the kids had time to hang out and relax before leaving the house this morning. As I was making breakfast, nine year old Bob wondered aloud about why … Continue reading
As you know, dear readers, we are moving to Taiwan next summer. One of the things this means is we will be, once again, living the oh so glamorous life of diplomats. (Only a bit of sarcasm intended, in case … Continue reading
Mrs. Murphy visited several times while Horatio was deployed. (For those of you who don’t remember, Mrs. Murphy’s Law is the corollary to Murphy’s Law. Murphy’s Law is: “If it can go wrong, it will go wrong.” Mrs. Murphy’s … Continue reading
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