Food Trucks & #MilitaryMoms

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It is such a small world when it comes to the world of military life. You see, right now there is a trio of ladies – Michele, Carol and Wendy – competing on Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race. And why is it a small world? Because I have a dear friend who is […]

Summer’s End ~ Sanity Savers | ‪#‎OperationInTouch‬

Summer's End - Sanity Savers

Compensation for this post was provided by Operation In Touch via MSB New Media. Operation In Touch offers special savings, coupons, recipes, beauty tips, and editorial content tailored to the lives of active military families. To find out more, check out their website or find them on Facebook and Pinterest.  All opinions expressed are my […]

Remembering YOU in Army Life

Remembering YOU in Army Life

Over the years of being an Army Wife, I’ve learned a few things. Some of the lessons were easily learned, some not so much. I wanted to take a moment to share a few of the gems that I have gathered. First – learn to be Gumby. Sometimes you just have to go with it. […]

Meet Ann Marie

Ann Marie

I want to take a moment and introduce you to this great lady, Ann Marie. I first “met” Ann Marie several years ago, when I came across her blog, Household 6 Diva. At first glance, you might think from a name like “diva” that she’s one of those picture-perfect, too good to be true “women […]

Sequestration and the Military Family

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Everywhere I turn lately, all I hear are “furlough-this” and “sequestration-that.” I’m going to do my absolute best to keep politics out of this post, because The Foodie Army Wife is clearly not a political blog. Coming from the perspective of a military family who is seeing this unfold before our eyes, it is pretty upsetting. […]

Redstone Arsenal–Our New Home

Redstone Arsenal

We’ve now been at Redstone Arsenal for over a month. It is a very different installation – vastly different that any place we have ever been. The first week we arrived, we signed for housing on Monday morning and then headed to the PX to pick up the things we needed for our new home. […]

Independence Day

The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and […]

My New Kitchen

My Kitchen at Redstone Arsenal

I have finally “finished” my kitchen. Meet my ‘”Itsy-Bitsy-Teeny-Weeny-Second-Smallest-I’ve-Ever-Had-Kitchenini.” Seriously. This is the second smallest kitchen I have ever had. I had to get very creative with storage. I’ve kind of taken over every closet the house. Okay, not every closet, but it feels like my kitchen has simply invaded the whole house. My glassware […]

PCS 2013: Our New Home

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After travelling thousands of miles, our next task was to find a place to live. This is probably one of the most stressful parts of PCSing. Searching for your new home, in a place you don’t yet know. After countless phone calls, and searches and “No, that house is already rented” or “No, we don’t […]

PCS 2013: Days 14 and 15 | Colorado

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On our 14th day of travel, we made it to Colorado! We stayed at the James M. Robb Colorado River State Park. When we got to our spot, we found we had a camp host. There were also a few cotton tails hopping around camp. Jack was in charge of grilling supper that night! And […]