We got some of the big news this month: where we’re moving this year!
Deployment is long, and having a deployed spouse is hard and weird and strange. The first few months are tough in a different way than the last few. Today I’m sharing about how enduring deployment as a spouse is going.
Dealing with deployment is hard. Today I’m sharing a few thoughts on how to cope as a spouse – what’s helped me and hasn’t helped me, whether you’re a spouse or a friend of a spouse. This post contains affiliate links. If you have any questions about this, just click here! All images copyright Teaspoon of Nose.
A few thoughts about deployment prep and how it’s affecting me. I’ll save the logistics and lists for more experienced military spouses, but here are some of how the lead up has gone.
Happy New Year, everyone!!! Who here has set 849383 goals to lose weight and learn a foreign language and get promoted and do all the things?!?! Usually I’m all about that life. Goals help me order my thoughts and see my priorities, and as a type-A entrepreneur my life doesn’t run without to do lists.… Read More Why I’m not setting goals for 2018
Earlier this month Altus hosted Air Power Over Altus, our base’s air show! Held every three years, it’s probably the biggest event Altus AFB throws. The Altus air show is part festival, part show of skill, part recruitment effort, and part community outreach.
After a nine week training in Montgomery, Alabama, Logan and his fellow JAG officers graduated!! JASOC, or Judge Advocate Staff Officer Course, preps JAGs on courts-martial, legal issues and operations law. The course is intended to round out their law school education and teach the differences and distinctions of military court system. The graduation festivities consisted of… Read More Military life: JASOC graduation