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Welcome to our Blog!

My Military Life is written by a diverse group of military spouses. Below you’ll find some background info on each of the authors. Our goal is share our experiences and learn from another.

Our hope is you find this blog a great distraction to a long deployment. We invite you to pour that cup of tea and get connected. We’d love to hear from you, be sure to leave us a comment and let us know you were here!

About the Bloggers:


Alecia has been married to her Sailor for seven years and is currently stationed in Hawaii. The mom of a young son, Alecia runs her own retail online business. read more


I grew up in a small town in Georgia. Shortly after graduating from college, I married my high school sweetheart. Two months later, my husband received his Army commission and our military adventures began! In addition to living in Georgia, the Army has sent us to Ft Sill, Oklahoma and Baumholder, Germany. I am currently living back in Georgia with our baby girl and dog, while my husband is on his second deployment.

I have previously worked as a Department of the Army civilian employee but now enjoy staying home with my daughter. I am passionate about sports and fitness and am grateful to have had the opportunity to become certified as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor. I am excited about this career path since it will allow me to help others and also have the flexibility to spend plenty of time with my family. We all know too well how precious that time is!
The military life is sometimes very hard but overall we enjoy it. I am so proud of my husband and his fellow service members. I feel blessed to be able to call myself a military wife!

Hillary (Hillycsp):

I was born and raised in South Georgia, lived there all 20 years until my life took a sudden and unexpected turn towards marriage. After just three months of dating my best friend from high school, I moved to California and married him. I am the first member of my family to be involved with the military. The short time I have been a Navy wife I have come to appreciate my independence and my faith more than ever. I spend my newly-found free time reading Marry Higgins Clark books and surfing the net, chatting with fellow military spouses. I am a budding, but not very astute, chef. I am really enjoying this new life I have been blessed with and look forward to facing and overcoming the challenges it will bring with it


Jessica is a Navy Wife and mom.  She is also an aspiring writer, you’ll find her posts to be funny and thought provoking!


Julie Negron is the creator of JennySpouse.com. A cartoon comic strip about being a Military Spouse. You’ll love her humor. Julie is currently in Japan and occasionally writes here on the blog. You can read her latest comic at www.jennyspouse.com

Jennifer “JustaGirlinaPort”:

Jennifer is the wife of an active duty Coast Guardsman who has over 10 years of service. A former Marine, this mother of three just completed her Masters degree and is now working toward the development of a CG spouse organization. Her passions include writing, reading and theatrical dance. You can reach her at: military_author (at) yahoo (dot) com


I am a young military spouse and have been associated with the Navy for about five years, three of which has been as a spouse. I’ve gone through several underways that lasted anywhere between a week to three months and a six month deployment. I’ve only been connected to one boat, a fast attack, but am getting ready to go to another within the next year. We are expecting our first child, a boy, this September so we are in for the adventure of a lifetime! I am currently working towards my college degree of speech pathology and hope to eventually earn a doctorates degree. I enjoy playing tennis, reading, writing and scrapbooking (even though I’m really not very good).


I’ve been married for five and a half years to a wonderful man who happens to be an amazing Marine. We live a little bit of a unique lifestyle compared to the rest of the corps. We’ve weathered some of the more typical types of long deployments but because he’s a flyer we deal with constant comings and goings and a schedule that is at the mercy of the Marine Corps. We are blessed with two very active, very rough and tumble little boys, Dash-1 who is three and Dash-2 who is 16 mths.


My name is Megan; I’m a military dependent of 24 years. Both of my parents were in the Marines and my husband, who I’ve been with for just over four years, is a Navy Submariner. I have 3 kids, a 4 year old boy (who bounces off walls), a 21 month old girl (who starts fights with the 4 year old, and has an attitude 3 times her size), and a 6 month old boy (who has no clue what he is in for). Hubby and I just recently started our shore duty tour coming from the fast attack community, and what a change I’ll tell you a secret, I miss boat life.



Tammy is a Surface Navy Wife who has been happily married to her sailor for 16 years. They have 4 children ages 19, 15, 13 & 12. She is an Army brat, Navy Wife & a Navy Mom now too! So she has many years of experience under her belt. She works in the DoD community, volunteers her time as an Ombudsman for their current command and is also a full time college student. In any free time she enjoys bowling, movies, the gym and family time.



Wendy is a Navy wife writing about design, military life, writing, photography, travel and her beagles. She has a background that includes working as DoD civilian for the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. A graphic designer and the owner of media studio since 2001, she has managed to follow her dreams while following her husbands career. She also does freelance work for Military Spouse Magazine and The Navy Times. She is the executive producer of Military Life Radio and the hit webcast Navy Wife Radio. Wendy’s husband is a Navy Submariner who recently returned from an IA to Afghanistan.


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