Month: April 2018

Home Leave Quarantine?

An early American congressman “suggested confining diplomats on their return from assignments, “as we quarantine foreign rags through fear of cholera.”” Glad home leave isn’t like that now! Looking forward to...

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The Beginning of Goodbyes

Another Good-bye We have another big transition looming — we’re leaving Nassau, the Bahamas, after making it our home for three years. I feel like I’m in a good place. I’m ready for the change, and at the same time not longing...

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Stages of PCS’ing

Adrienne Hedger captures the zeitgeist of  spring cleaning, but for me it sums up PCS’ing season.  PCS is one of the myriad military acronyms which bleed over into my life — Permanent Change of Station. It’s...

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