Josephine was voted most likely to live under the sea by her high school field hockey teammates. This week she began training to become an officer in the United States Navy and in three weeks she will begin classes at The Ohio State University, her journey has begun. \I-Day at NSI in Great Lakes, IL… Continue reading Anchors Away
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Stress levels are high, I mean the nuclear reactor is about to explode high! While my daughter's classmates are playing senior tag she is diligently finishing up two senior projects. One in her bioscicence lab at the career center she attends half day and the other at her home high school in college prep English.… Continue reading Snowplowing
I've been a mom for almost 18 years and I wanted to quit yesterday. Over the almost two decades of parenting we have had our struggles, deployments, potty training, fights, temper tantrums, and I have always found a way to "fix," everything. But...sometimes it works better when you change what you're doing. I discovered I… Continue reading Teenagers
Got your attention, didn't I? My dear husband planned a date night last weekend the gist was, "hey let's go to a place called Mad Lab & watch full frontal nudity." My first thought was a bit negative, which b.t.w. I kept to myself, but then I noticed the article was from Columbus 614 Now… Continue reading Full Frontal Nudity
Ernie was deployed all summer and I kept the kids busy. Both benefited from an amazing organization called Military Kids. They each received a grant to continue their favorite activity while their dad was away. Josie used her grant to play spring field hockey and Will took rock climbing classes at Vertical Adventures. The generosity… Continue reading Our Military Brats