2 comments on “Facing the military retirement transition Part 1: Are you ever going back to work?”

Facing the military retirement transition Part 1: Are you ever going back to work?

"She has a graduate degree but isn't doing anything with it." "I'm a full time volunteer." "Stay at home mom." "My formal career ended 10 years ago to raise my kids." Well, it's that time for me to start thinking…

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First day in public school in Korea – DODEA Daegu Elementary School and Daegu Middle High School

Are you ready to go to school and meet new friends? No! I'm pretty excited to see how your day will go. I'm not. I want to stay home with you. Well, it's the end of September 2018 for us…

0 comments on “As you start this new season”

As you start this new season

A letter to you To all the parents who have just said 'goodbye' to their children as they head off to school for the day: you are in my prayers. Remember Jesus loves them more than you do. He gave…

0 comments on “Mercy Ships- Maybe one day…”

Mercy Ships- Maybe one day…

"What is your dream job?" I asked a new friend I was getting to know in the car ride back from D.C. just last night. She shared her thoughts and I gave her some of mine. "Have you ever heard…

2 comments on “You’ve decided to homeschool. Now what!?”

You’ve decided to homeschool. Now what!?

Welcome to this new journey! Here are a list of a few initial resources to check out as you begin to formulate a plan for the year (or semester or in this next moment as you wrap your mind around…

4 comments on “Newsworthy conversations in your home”

Newsworthy conversations in your home

Do you want your family to know about and be able to discuss the current events happening within our world? __ Try CNN 10. Ten minutes of relatively "bias-free" summaries of 2-3 major topics impacting our world, spotlights on people…

0 comments on “How I survived my first day!”

How I survived my first day!

I’d like to share what helped me survive the bouts of complaints that periodically spewed from my 4th grader or the demanding questions that came from my 5th grader or the spats over chores….