How did being in the military affect your life?
His daughter learned and then taught him the value in honoring the tradition of Memorial Day.
Lois Roma-Deeley shows how our parents can surprise us in this poem, which is a “war story” in every sense of the term.
Father Time presents: “Life & Times – Fathers and Their Views about Time”Featuring a real-life dad offering his take on time ◊♦◊Johnny L. (California)Age: 53Occupation: Navy Retired/Disabled Veteran/Navy Contractor – Systems EngineerStatus: Married 22 years (1994-Present) with 2 daughters, ages 18 and 17Wife is a Public School Librarian.FT: Describe a key distinction you’ve made about time as…
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A veteran father strategizes how to communicate with his ill child in Randy Brown’s sweet and unsettling poem.
John Chang shares the quality that is more important to your success.
Freedom definitely isn’t free. Have you connected with those responsible for it’s protection?
Venture onto the battlefield with titles that help you understand the human experience during war.
Veteran: One who wrote a blank check to Uncle Sam for up to and including their life.
Alexander Miller vividly remembers the day he lost his testicle and the lesson it taught him about life.
Endless occupations, big government, and the imperial theme—not easy topics for high schoolers. Teacher Jeremy McKeen shares his wish for his grown-up students off at war.
Does a woman need a man to keep her life on track? Edie Weinstein’s father gave conflicting advice.
This Rose Bowl reunion will touch your heart.
Brady Peterson captures the sexual frustration of the deployed man while at the same time tapping into a deeper kind of loneliness.