Oh do I remember those days of endless deployments and TDYs with small children. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a book you could read your little ones they could easily understand and has great ideas on how to handle the deployment or absence and some other goodies? This is it.
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Do you have parents or friends who know nothing about the military? I always have to laugh when my husband tries to explain military things to my MIL. She’ll either nod her head (if in person) or occasionally interject with an “uh huh” on the phone and then 5 minutes later, she is calling me [...]
Imagine you are a father. Then imagine you have two grown boys. Imagine that the first one joins the Army, just like you once did, goes to war and doesn’t come back. Imagine your second son joining the Army. Now here comes the twist. Imagine the father calling up a commonly used law from the [...]
Sure, I’ll take those little bites of chocolate, especially if they are good ones! This book has been a little bit of a different experience than most books I review. Let me tell you why.
From what I remember, as an Army brat…by the time I was Piper’s age, we had moved eight times. Eight times. These days, I’d have to dig through my brain in a concentrated effort to remember where exactly! I can really appreciate this new book in the Piper Reed series, entitled “Forever Friend”. Even [...]
We’ve all heard what sounds like a cliche but really isn’t. Military service is considered a higher calling. It is in my view too. I think anything that risks death and an extended time away from family falls into this particular category. Tavio Soto, a new author, recently put is whole heart and soul into [...]