Friday, September 19, 2014

TV Shopping without the Husband?!?

May 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Bloggers, Deployment, Humor, Tori, Underway

We were only a couple of weeks in to our most recent deployment and Murphy had reared his ugly head too many times to even want to remember! The last in our unfortunate incidences, the TV. One of my three wonderful children decided to take it out (with something apparently hard and sharp). This of [...]

Grateful for the little things and the little moments.

November 26, 2011 by  
Filed under A Day in the Life, Deployment, Jenn, Underway

I am also grateful for the job that takes him away from us all too often. Silly though that may sound, it’s true. Most of you can relate, I’m sure.

USS New Mexico on sea trials

January 2, 2010 by  
Filed under Deployment, Photo Gallery, SubmarineWife, Underway

USS New Mexico on sea trials I recently read about the USS New Mexico‘s sea trials over on Bubbleheads Blog and gosh how I LOVE seeing that NM flag flying in the sail.  NM just in case you didn’t guess is my home state. The commissioning date has finally been set and will be March [...]

10 Valentine’s Day Care Package Ideas

Valentine’s day is one of those special days that you really want to share with your spouse!! But for some of us, our spouses are deployed, TAD, or a Geo-bachelor and are a way from us. But don’t fret!! You can still share this holiday with your spouse or significant other. Send a care package!!! [...]

Doesn’t a sailor belong at sea?

July 25, 2008 by  
Filed under Bloggers, Jenn, Underway

We are looking at options; options for the future. So there is a possibility that if you go this route, you may never get underway….again? I asked my beloved. Well, possibly, he replied. I mulled this over. On the surface it sounded spectacular and many a wife would gladly hear those words. Still, I know, [...]

Welcome Home

080718-N-4879G-372 NORFOLK, Va. (July 18, 2008) A Sailor assigned to the guided-missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) hugs his family during the ship’s return to Naval Station Norfolk after a six-month deployment. Cole was deployed with the British Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious and was the first U.S. Navy ship to sail under the [...]

What a difference a year makes

A year ago he was on our couch playing xBox for hours and hours. Today for the first time he stepped aboard a “big deck”. Im not sure he’d be happy about my blogging about it, his dad has already emailed his CMC and some others Im sure of it….. (deep breath) They have text [...]

Eye on the Fleet

Not very often are there cameras on the pier capturing Homecoming. How wonderful for these USS Tennessee (SSBN 734) families. Darn Gold Crew! Welcome home

Yes…We ARE Live Tonight at 9pmET!

Yes….I keep getting emails wondering when ARE we having our next LIVE! show?! Well, wait no longer! We are back tonight at 9pmET. Thank you for being patient during the break. I was hoping to have our Anniversary Show lineup complete, but we had some technical difficulties…that special show is coming soon. In the meantime, [...]

Eye on the Fleet

080416-N-1226D-137 POINT LOMA, Calif. (April 16, 2008) Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Keith Davis kisses his wife Angie Davis during a homecoming for the Los Angels class fast-attack submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754) returning after a six-month deployment in the western Pacific. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Omar A. Dominquez (Released) I’m guessing [...]

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