So it is no surprise, I LOVE Amazon. They make everything so easy peasy and the customer services has always been top notch. I find myself using Amazon even more since I moved to Hawaii because most of their stuff qualifies for free shipping if you spend $25. LOVE that! So the other … Continue reading
If you have a child in school, you know what I’m talking about. The phone rings, you look at it and see the phone number is the schools, you panic, and then you answer.
I would say there are a few types of dreaded calls from school.
Your child is sick
Your child is hurt
Your child was … Continue reading
Evidently, I am a bad blogger. I had all of these good intentions to share my process of moving with you all and it just didn’t happen. It was just such a crazy and busy time, plus we had sporadic internet connection.
We are finally settling into our house in Hawaii and the movers … Continue reading
I am going to start sharing some of your awesome moving tips that were entered in our Moving Tip giveaway last month.
rmparadis and HeatherK both suggested to organize yourself with a moving binder.
So in my previous post I discuss all of the steps needed to get my cat (pôpoki) to Hawaii. I thought I was on top of the process. I had her microchip implanted:
She had her 2 rabies shots that were given more than 30 days apart. I obtained an original certificate and made … Continue reading
Wow, thanks for all of you who entered our Moving Tip Giveaway! There were 46 entries!
So the lucky winner of one of these awesome “Home is where the (enter your branch here) sends us” word boards donated by Perfectly Distressed…
…was selected by assigning each tip a number and using random.org to … Continue reading
Alright, let’s have another give-away. You are going to like this one! We have a beautiful prize donated by Perfectly Distressed. Check out these awesome “Home is where the (enter your branch here) sends us” word boards. The winner will receive one topper and first duty station. Can we so … Continue reading
There are so many things to think about when you find out you are PCSing again. The major one would probably have to be where are we going to live when we get there? If you are lucky you or your spouse can take some house hunting leave. However, sometimes this is just … Continue reading
Our next guest post is written by my dear friend, Nicki. Her family just moved over to Japan this summer. She is sharing some of her experiences.
Land of the Rising Sun, First Impressions
I really love this place. Now the 12 hour flight was fine (until the VERY bumpy last 40 minutes), and I … Continue reading
I would like to start a new feature of my blog called, “The Word On”, which will feature different guest posters talking about their experiences living in different military installations.
My first guest poster is Megan who blogs at Megan Dub-Yuh. She is an Army wife and a math teacher currently living in Korea.
Living … Continue reading