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I met my husband in my home town in the UK in August 2003, it seems like a lifetime ago now. A few months after we had been together he ..read more
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Almost ten years ago my whole world was turned upside down when I had a life-changing accident whilst my husband was 2 weeks into a ..read more
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When you’re living a transient life, moving every two or three years, one of the things that can be tricky is making friends. Believe me ..read more
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So what next? I know that there's a gap. I know that there's a need. But, how do I plug the gap and fill the need. It was all pretty easy ..read more
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Its my first time blogging so apologies if these first few posts are a bit pants. I'm still learning but I promise I'll get better....I ..read more
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Writing this blog has taken a back seat for the past few months whilst I focussed on my day job and my family. Goodness, life has been busy ..read more
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Recently, a couple of the co-founders of the Military Wives Choirs Foundation joined me when we had the wonderful opportunity to record a ..read more
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Often, those of us living a military life choose to live married unaccompanied. This means that rather than moving every two-three years or ..read more
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At the end of last year I spoke with lovely Polly from 'Be Glad' and whilst I shared it on social media I completely forgot to share here ..read more
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Apparently, being a Royal Marine means ‘joining an elite male (at the moment) only club. It means worldwide travel, training, plenty of ..read more

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