It can be something you posted on your blog a year ago, a memory, a photo or even a video taken a year ago!
This is what was going on with me a year ago:
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So, the hubby has my laptop…so I was forced to scour my facebook page to discover what I might have been doing a year ago today….
My guess, based on all the pics was that we may have ventured out to the National Marine Corp Museum!
If you are ever in the Northern VA/DC area I highly recommend you get out and visit it. They did an absolutely marvelous job putting it together, both inside and out. The kids were entertained, my husband was in heaven, plus there’s all these adorable (fresh out of boot camp) Marines on special duty there. They are pretty cute.
What were you doing a year ago today?
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In the world of blogging I still fill like a newbie. It’s only been about two and a half years. It was one of those things where I just jumped in, all in, without really thinking much of it. From there it has just evolved…and kept on evolving. About a year ago I attended my first blogging conference, a military blogging conference. There were several of us “Spouse Bloggers” there and it was one of those celebrity kind of moments for me. So many bloggers that I had been following were now all of the sudden right there in front of me. It’s how I started writing for Homefront United Network, how I met some amazing supporters of the community and how I met one special lady who totally got me, who understood my life and me (secretly snarky and all). The only down side to this thing is that I spent that weekend being spoiled only to watch us be spread back all over the United States. What it made me realize is the importance of being in the same space. Yes, many of us live on base and have that community. I don’t, so to be surrounded by like women, with similar goals and very similar backgrounds was priceless. The people that I met and the experiences that I had were far beyond my wildest expectations.
The Mil-Blogging Gals!
Me and Angela (Founder of The HUN) and Heather (now Associate Editor @ Military.com)
So, of course I was looking forward to this year’s events. However, this is going to be a whole different format, not necessarily a blogger thing, and pretty darn awesome if you ask me. If you are or are going to be in around the DC/VA area April 11-12 then this is the place to be my friends. Its as close to a once in a lifetime experience that I can think of. The friendships you will make, the connections you will experience are 1000% worth it.
Me and Jacey (Director of Spouse and Family Programs at Military.com)
Here’s what you can expect from the Military.com Spouse Summit 2013
No Power Point (although I’m that nerd that wishes she was still in school…but I have a feeling I won’t be disapaointed)
Representatives from the Center for Deployment Psychology, The Warrior and Family Support Center, USC’s Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and some pretty awesome speakers…perhaps one of the coolest is Sal Giunta – Medal of Honor Recipient.
This will be the place for you to network, make friends and discover all the amazing things that will truly help you succeed and go forward in your military life. Whatever is important to you I’m will to be that there will be focus on it, or you will meet someone that is in your position and can help you. I know that is exactly what happened to me last year.