The Best and Worst of Hill Air Force Base We never wanted or expected to live in Utah. It was a culture shock, but we made the best of it, as military families have to do. We lived there for four years. My husband deployed a few months after we arrived. On our anniversary. I spent the first winter of my life alone with four kids. Our cat died and the basement flooded while he was deployed. The Best of Hill AFB Outdoors Activities We’re not so much into winter, but I hear the skiing is wonderful. I did like how sunny winters are and it doesn’t feel very cold. We enjoyed hiking, fishing, and ca... read more
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The Best and Worst of Hickam AFB You either love Hawai’i or you don’t love Hawai’i. I knew people who resented not having cooler weather or who didn’t like sand or beaches. What?! We were surprised to get stationed there for three years. Living in Hawai’i isn’t the same as a vacation there. But every single day, there’s a rainbow! We lived on base. My son was born in Hawaii. We loved it and the kids still call it home. We long to go back! I couldn’t limit my list to just 10 items! Best of Hickham AFB 1. Beaches All beaches are open to the public. We love the beach life! About the Author: Jenn... read more
Families decide to homeschool their children for so many different reasons: academics, extra-curricular activities, special needs, allergies, religion, and more all bring families to the decision to homeschool. Who homeschools? Homeschooling families are as diverse as our United States military families! According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), in 2012, there were an estimated 1.8 million homeschooled students in the United States, and those numbers are increasing! Many families homeschool temporarily for various reasons and some families are in it for the long haul. ... read more