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Every time I hear the gut-wrenching statistic that twenty military veterans commit suicide every day, my throat catches. The shocking...
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The Meat & Potatoes of Life by Lisa Smith Molinari - 2w ago

“It’s a boy,” Doc Walker said as plainly as, “Please pass the salt.” It was April 4, 1995, at the...
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At about eight o’clock each night, a little voice calls me. “C’mon,” it says, “it will relax you. You know...
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“When we were leaving Guam, Devon isolated himself from his friends as they were isolating him. We dealt with it...
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You know those people who open bags of M&Ms and dump the entire contents into their upturned mouths? They’re the...
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Reality has set in. There’s no turning back. The kids are going off to college. And someone has to pay...
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The Meat & Potatoes of Life by Lisa Smith Molinari - 2M ago

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve slapped my hand to my forehead and thought, “I’m such a...
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After months of relentless snow in Germany, we were headed to Spain for spring break. We’d splurged on a rental...
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I never imagined that our family’s old minivan — the budget-friendly 2005 Toyota with embarrassing filth ground into her carpets,...
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You’d think, after being married to a Navy guy for so many years, I’d know military time jargon by now....
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