I usually walk every morning for 45 minutes around our neighborhood. On May 17 I briskly walked to the Von’s supermarket to purchase a copy of Woman’s World magazine. I was informed by the staff of the magazine that my story was featured in the May 23 issues and it would hit the news [...]
Posts tagged with ‘deployed’
With no warning I became a mom of a military child. Over 15 years ago when my daughter, Erin joined the Air Force. My family was not a military family. My grandpa served in World War I, but he never really spoke about being the military. I was unfamiliar of what military life [...]
She is a wife of a deployed, a mom of a deployed, a grandmother/guardian of her deployed daughter’s children all at the same time!
My husband Alan and I had the honor to meet many supporting military families at the Yellow Ribbon event for the deployed Army Reserves. I loved hearing their personal stories of what their family experiences have been with their deployments. Each story is unique and touches my heart, and we all have a common ground. [...]
This weekend I will be speaking Army Reserves families who’s loved one will be returning from their deployment in 30 days. This is a very exciting time for the solider returning and their families. I remember when my daughter returned from her deployment. Thinking about us all being together again seemed like a dream. But [...]
This nonprofit organization www.militraychildrenscharity.org is founded by a young teenager, Isaiah Navarro seeing the need to help deployed military children. He felt deployed children have special needs when a parents is deployed. Being a military child himself, he said he know the challenges and feelings of isolation,abandoned and having a parent absent of all your [...]