Posts made in December, 2014


What’s Next? Happy Holidays!

What’s Next? Happy Holidays!


Posted By on Dec 17, 2014

        Dear Readers, I know that Tuesday is typically the day of the week that we gather for our Townhall — but as are many of us are aware the holidays are upon us. Included within that for me this year is a move to our next Air Force Base location in Oklahoma. I am currently in the process of finishing up my last few days of work here in Arkansas, and then meeting up with my husband, family, and friends...

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Townhall – The Ties that Bind Us

Townhall – The Ties that Bind Us


Posted By on Dec 10, 2014

This past week was full. Finals have come and gone, and thankfully I survived, even though my brain still feels drained of its finer strengths in writing. After having written and completed a 10 page paper or presentation for the past three weekends in a row, tired does not even begin to describe it. So with that please know that this Townhall will be short and sweet.   Since completing my final paper this past weekend, I have...

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The Girl Who Learned to Run

The Girl Who Learned to Run


Posted By on Dec 5, 2014

    Early this past summer I accomplished what was probably one of the greatest achievements of my personal life — I ran my first half marathon.   Correction, I ran, walked, crawled, and cried my way through my first half marathon. Granted I chose for my first marathon to be one of the hardest courses in the world — a course that began on the Great Wall of China and worked its way out into the surrounding...

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Townhall:

Townhall:


Posted By on Dec 3, 2014

Hey Everyone.   It is college and graduate students everywhere dreaded time of the semester. Finals week. I’ve got one down and one final paper to go, a final week of work at my internship to complete, and another two weeks of work at my other job. Then winter break, time with family and friends, and my long-awaited final reunion with my husband after 4.5 months of living apart will finally be here! Needless to say I can...

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