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.
These roasted vegetables are easy to throw together for a weeknight meal. We eat them at least once a week and never get tired of them. Best of all, you can mix them up for inifinite variations!
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.
Southern heat and humidity mean summer has arrived! Do you have plans for summertime? I’ve put together a summer bucket list full of ways to take advantage of the season. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a few cents (at no extra cost to you) if you book or buy something via that… Read More Summer Bucket List
If you head to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and want a longer hike that embraces the spring, you should definitely hit the Bison trail. Read on for why we loved it! This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a few cents (at no extra cost to you) if you book or buy something… Read More Hiking Oklahoma: Bison Trail
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.
Here are a few insights into life in Altus, our small town! All images copyright Teaspoon of Nose