In January 2009, I started this blog to document some of my journey as a military spouse. I don’t post as often as some military spouses who have blogs. I earn absolutely no income from this blog. The purpose of my blog was to share the intricacies of military life with family, friends, fellow militaryContinue reading “A decade of blogging — 27 years as an army wife”
Last week my handsome husband received his Canadian Forces’ Decoration clasp for 32 years of service. I’m very proud of him for his hard work and commitment. We have a few more years to go before retirement. We’re expecting to be posted to a new location in 2019. Adventure awaits! Hoo-rah!
British actor John Boyega said: There’s a difference between living somewhere and being part of somewhere. I thought this was something many military families could relate to. Sometimes we don’t live in a city long enough to become part of the community. Sometimes the community is very different from what we are used to andContinue reading “Relatable Quote”
I wrote this post while on a flight from Ottawa to Winnipeg, choking back tears. Our youngest child has left home for post-secondary education in Ontario. Our oldest one has started the fourth and final year of university, also in Ontario. They have each taken a piece of my heart with them. Although I amContinue reading “Leaving the nest part 2”
Other than our outing to Folklorama, I haven’t written too much about my life so far this summer. It has been pretty busy. Here is a quick summary. June 2018 Our youngest graduated from high school, got accepted into Business Administration at St. Lawrence College in Kingston. July 2018 My virtual assistant business started booming asContinue reading “Summer Summary 2018”