Here were the three things I learned that I think are most unique to serving in the military.
Oh, good grief, no. Being poly was the best thing I ever did for my parenting.
I have severe fibromyalgia. Until after my second child was born, we didn't even know what my disease was, we only knew that I was terribly sick. After that, it took another two years to get me any reasonable treatment; it took me until my kids were eight and six to get treatmen...(more)
I supervise foster homes. A few years ago, one of my foster families had taken placement of a little boy named Chris. Chris was husky and socially awkward, but also impossible to dislike. He was mostly quiet - a real observer - but would sometimes come out and say the most outlandish comments. There were many times that Chris had me laughing to the point ...(more)