We learned a few days ago that my husband was selected for command! This means that in a few years he will be the Commanding Officer of a jet squadron. I am so, SO proud of him, and I know that this is only the beginning of big things for him. I’m so happy for him and I’m excited to do all I can to support him and the squadron he is assigned to. So … now what?
Yesterday I received an official letter of acceptance to the Nursing Science PhD Program at my alma mater! My official start will be Fall 2019,
This picture was taken following my husband’s last flight as an instructor pilot before we PCS’d to Japan 7 years ago. It’s hard to believe
Are you a military spouse who has a career that requires a state license? According to Military.com, about one-third of military spouses have careers that
First, I just want to say that I really cannot believe that I’m writing this post, considering I started this blog when my husband was
Last Flights are one of the Navy jet community’s fun traditions. They occur when a pilot or NFO is flying with a squadron for the