Monday, November 24, 2008

AAFES Black Friday Ad

Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching which means the official start to the Holiday season is almost here. Though, if you are anything like I am you started shopping in July and August so you didn't have to shell out so much money at once. But one thing that does help (if you are brave enough) is all of the "sales" this upcoming Friday. I for one will be at our AAFES VERY early Friday morning. Hopefully the crowds won't be too large. So if you are brave enough to venture out Friday here is the AAFES ad for all the Air Force and Army families.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


I heard "What are you waiting for" by Gwen Stefani the other day and it brought back a lot of memories. Some good and some bad. Its funny how a song or a smell can take you back to a certain place or time. Like whenever I smell Bath and Body Works Magnolia Blossom it takes me back to a few summers ago. Or whenever I hear "Champagne Supernova" by Oasis that takes me way back to the good ole High School days. And you just can't help but to think "If only I knew then what I know now." What are some of the things that triggers your memories?

♥ Here's one for a trip down memory lane ♥

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

BreastFeeding Outrage!!

If you are a breastfeeding mother, supporter or just want to check it out. Look at my post about how this woman was treated in her local Wal-Mart for breastfeeding in public.

Monday, November 10, 2008

The Monday Blues

The new rule is Dress Blues are to be worn on Mondays. Yep, that's right and C is none too happy about that one. When he first heard that all airmen had to wear their Blues on Monday's he was sure it was a joke. Well, when he came home from work I could tell that it wasn't. He huffed and headed to the guest room. After he finally made his way to the back of the closet, he pulled out a uniform that looked like it could fit me. I tried to hide the smile on my face as he just looked at them and shook his head. He has not worn his Blues since Basic Training and needless to say, he has put on a little weight. And to top it all off he didn't have half of the ribbons he was suppose to. So off to the Military Clothing Store he went. He came back with a bigger shirt and a few ribbons but not half of what he needed. I asked him if he could not find the one's he needed and he said that they were sold out. So apparently he isn't the only one who was taken by surprise. I on the other hand enjoyed him getting all dressed up. But then again I am not the one who has to wear them all day.