Monthly Archives: June 2011
Tonight, I continued to work on finishing the building of pages for NAS Lemoore, CA. I took a break and hopped onto Facebook and saw an article posted by the group Stay At Home Parents and Military Spouses about the mystery behind the infant deaths occurring at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. It’s … Continue reading
Lately, I have been going through things trying to get rid of some stuff to prepare for our next move. Probably, pretty soon our landlady will be calling to let us know that someone is coming over to see the house to potentially rent for next year. While going through a bookshelf, I … Continue reading
Ugh, I’m feeling like a bad mom right now. We just got back from my younger son’s neurology appointment.
It was a follow up for the Botox injections he received in his leg and hand to treat his cerebral
palsy. Let me preface, by saying he is fine. However, he has only gained … Continue reading
We went to the library today. I was looking for some books about moving, including some of the ones you all suggested (thank you!). I found the neatest books and I just really want to share these with you because I think you might enjoy them too.
The book I found is part of … Continue reading
Today, my husband left for a week long training exercise. As, I help him to get ready, I look around and see the grass that I am going to have to cut. I see the dishes that I let pile up from our early Father’s Day brunch yesterday. I see the floors that need … Continue reading
So surprisingly, I am going to write about Jetsons: The Movie. You are probably thinking, “What does this have to do with PCSing (Permanent Change of Station for non-military folk)?” Please keep reading.
Every weekend we do a movie night. For some reason, we had not picked out a movie ahead of … Continue reading
A few days after my husband told me we were probably going to be moving to Nebraska, I chaperoned a field trip with my boys to The Dinosaur Place in Oakdale, Connecticut. It was a fun place where the kids got to mine for “gems and crystals”, explore the Dino Trails, and enjoy a … Continue reading