Good evening! Every time I actually sit down to write a post, I feel like I should begin with something like “it’s been a while,
HAPPY NURSES WEEK to every nurse reading this, and especially to my fellow military spouses & significant others who are nurses, too. Love and thanks
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?
I posted on Instagram recently about my husband’s role as an LSO, or Landing Signal Officer, also known as a “Paddles”. Becoming a LSO is
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
I may be the last person in the Naval Aviation community to hear about this, but in my defense, we were PCSing across the country