Thankfulness 2013: Day 11

Thankfulness 2013: Day 11

         Our Veterans, past and present have done so much for our country!  Words cannot even begin to express how thankful I am for their service and sacrifices. Our world would not be the same without them!     On a personal note, I would like to thank the Veterans in my life:PapaHubsUncle CurtJerryDavidCaseyHubs' BrotherHubs' Other BrotherHubs' SisterHubs' UncleHubs' CousinAll the amazing friends we have met in the past 5 yearsand those who have paid the ultimate price and are no longer with Continue reading

Military Family Moving Series: Share you moving stories!

     We are moving again soon, it will be our last military move, and I thought this would be a great time to have other people share their moving stories with my readers.  Guest posts will have a tab at the top of my page, just like the guest posts for my series A Perfect Cup!  If you have a story about a move(s) with the military either present day or years ago, I would love to have you share it.  You do not need to be a blogger to share your story!      No minimum length needed, pictures are Continue reading

Thankfulness 11

Thankfulness 11

Words are not enough to express todays thankfulness.  Today I am thankful for our Veterans, men and women who volunteered to give everything to defend our country.  "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." -John Fitzgerald Kennedy.   Continue reading

Guest Post: What Veterans should know about Auto Insurance

Guest Post: What Veterans should know about Auto Insurance

     If you have retired from active duty in the military, you deserve quality insurance at a discounted price. If you are not already saving money on your auto insurance, then it is time to start shopping. Even if you already have a good policy with rates that are somewhat reasonable, it is worth your while to shop around for the best policy premiums at least once a year to ensure you get the discount you deserve.Get the Most Out Of Your Time in the Service       In addition to reduced rates on Continue reading

Guest Post: #Veterans Exposed to Asbestos Should Seek Help

     Mesothelioma is a growing problem among veterans in the United States. Asbestos exposure is the primary factor in mesothelioma development. Since over 22.7 million veterans have been exposed to asbestos, mesothelioma must be addressed in the veteran population. Veterans were exposed to asbestos while working in the naval shipyard with fireproofing materials and insulation. In the 1970s, asbestos use decreased, but the damage to veterans who had inhaled the mineral while on the job had Continue reading