Is There “Work” Value in Volunteering?

Do you consider your volunteer hours “work”? How is value measured in your family? Recently I have had an encounter with someone who has the opinion that a military spouse who is a stay at home mom and volunteer doesn’t “work”. Now we all know where I stand on this issue. Not only has my family […]

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Did you ever think you’d read this headline? Looking in mirror makes for stronger FRG

Looking in mirror makes for stronger FRG Did you ever think you’d read that headline? It’s true. If you find yourself saying or thinking your FRG isn’t doing what you want, or something you need, or in some cases anything at all — look in the mirror and ask yourself if you have made an […]

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Part of the Glory is the Norm

Recently Star and I were having a conversation about defining our niche market. She asked me how or why I thought we were different from any other military spouse personalities? I couldn’t think of a reply at that time — I just KNEW we were different. I did know it wasn’t about grammar correctedness or […]

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