Nearly 55 years after their first marriage ended in divorce, Dennis and Diane Reynolds got a second chance at love.
Protocol, customs, and traditions are part of the military culture that I truly cherish. It ties me to our history and makes me want to do my part by passing it on to our children and the generations to come. They truly are our future. One guide that helps me to accomplish this is The Army Spouse Handbook – a valuable resource for military spouses and their families.
After 26 years of being a military spouse, I know how much we are appreciated through the family programs and resources made available to us. These programs have provided me great value over the years and I don’t take them for granted. Please allow me to share just a few of my go-to resources ( in no particular order) that I find useful.
We have all faced various stressors in our busy lives. It comes from many facets and from every direction. This is especially true for our military families who face changes and challenges at a rapid pace.
The purpose of the Military Spouse Guide Series is to help guide military spouses and their families through all the transitions that come with military life.