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Amazon.com: The 5 Love Languages Military Edition: The Secret to Love That Lasts eBook: Gary D Chapman, Jocelyn Green: Kindle Store
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The 5 Love Languages (Military Edition) Book By Gary Chapman. A Must For Military Families. www.Gods411.com. #Army #Navy #Marines #Solider #Air Force
The 5 Love Languages: Military Edition by Dr. Gary Chapman with Jocelyn Green. Tentative release date: September 2013. Written with a unique focus towards military marriages. (great book! i have the regular version)
The 5 Love Languages Military Edition: The Secret to Love That Lasts by Gary Chapman
Wow! I didn't know they had redone this for the military.I will need to get this. -- The Five Love Languages Military Edition: The Secret to Love That Lasts
"Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy." -Sarah Ban Breathnach. If I had the money to gift this book to every woman I know, I would. Every woman should own this book of daily inspirational, comforting reads. GO BUY IT TODAY : )
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Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy: Sarah Ban Breathnach: 9780446563598: Amazon.com: Books
Books worth reading: Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, by Sarah Breathnach
Simple Abundance - by Sarah Ban Breathnach. This book is so good. My favorite book to share with other women
The Woman's Comfort Book: A Self-Nurturing Guide for Restoring Balance in Your Life by Jennifer Louden, www.amazon.com/...
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Woman's Comfort Book: A Self-Nurturing Guide for Restoring Balance in Your Life: Jennifer Louden - I love her!!!
You know you're a submariner's wife if.... 1. You use the words poopie suit, duty, head, cover, O dark thirty and field day in a non perverse way on a daily basis. 2. You lost count of the number of times you've been on board "The world's most powerful warship" 3. You know what time the mid watch is. 4. You've stayed awake during the mid watch to talk to your husband on the phone. 5. You've eaten in crews mess and wonder how they could mess up a salad. 6. You've super glued,...
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THIS IS SO TRUE!!! You know you're a submariner's wife if.... 1. You use the words poopie suit, duty, head, cover, O dark thirty and field day in a non perverse way on a daily basis. 2. You lost count of the number of times you've been on board "The world's most powerful warship" 3. You know what time the mid watch is. 4. You've stayed awake during the mid watch to talk to your husband on the phone. 5. You've eaten in crews mess and wonder how they could mess up a salad. 6. You've super glued, ironed on, or velcroed a patch onto a uniform.(or conned the local seamstress to make it right by tomorrow and she gets double the price) 7. You've lived in any or all of the following cities; Norfolk,Va Kingsland, GA, Groton, CT, Bangor, WA, Saratoga, NY. 8. You think day after duty is a special holiday. 9. You know the difference between a mini day, liberty after field day and fast cruise. 10. You're husband has ever uttered the words "I'm not at liberty to say". 11. You can pack a sea bag in under 10 minutes. 12. You know what a TLD, LES, and TVQ are, but you don't know what the letters stand for. 13. You've stood on the beach/pier despite snow, rain, or sand gnats to watch the boat pull in. 14. Anything less than 30 days doesn't really count as a patrol. 15. The other crew/division always get the better deal. 16. You know at least 10 guys you would consider friends of the family and yet you still don't know their first name. 17. You send emails religiously to a system you know is broken. 18. You expect an email everyday from a system you know is broken. 19. You've spent more months of your marriage apart than you have together. 20. You've actually grown to like sleeping alone despite the fact you know you are married and he will possibly share that bed 110 days of 365. 21. You use a phone tree. 22. You have your ombudsman's number programmed into your phone only because “something might happen and she is your only contact that can successfully reach the captain” 23. You know what "boat smell" is. 24. You know what month it changes from dress whites to dress blues and back again. 25. You give him a kiss and a smile when you drop him off at the turn styles and wonder why surface fleet entries aren’t the same. (and then cry the rest of the way home) 26. You know what it means when your child says “daddy has duty ..again?? and proceed to take all their frustrations out on you”. 27.You know the difference between 3 section and 4 section duty. 28. You’re strong enough to say ‘No honey, go out in port , enjoy yourself, you deserve it" and patiently wait thru the 20 hour difference in time zones to tell him your child puked all over you during the 10 hr wait in the naval hospital emergency room. 29. You can honestly accept phone calls, snail mail and web-cams are purely a surface fleet luxury. 30. You have told a creditor “No really, I don’t have power of attorney because he had to work every day until O dark 30 for 6 weeks prior to this deployment but if you want your money you better tell me what the problem is “. 31.You look at your cat or dog as a “Partner in life” 32. You’ve listened to a surface fleet wife say “it’s been 2 days and I haven’t heard anything from him” and you wanted to punch her. 33. You have asked the toilet “Why do you do this every time he leaves” (and the air conditioner, the garage door opener, and the dryer......etc.) 34. You’ve told your boss after the school calls “You just don’t get it….I’m a single parent regardless of the fact I am wearing a wedding band and the DNA tests proved it is his baby too” 35. You have told your child’s therapist “ You’re kidding, who would have thought ?“( after a diagnosis of separation anxiety and lack of communication). 36. You go in debt after convincing yourself that spending money in the 6 months of silence is justified regardless of the fact they were “on a mission”. 37. You check your email every 10 minutes by hitting the send and receive button convincing yourself it has to be the server. 38. Your local blockbuster employees know you by name and talk about how you have no life with your excessive online/in–store rentals not to mention how many times you say “if your daddy was here you would’nt be acting like this” !!! 39.You continue to miss and love the absent best friend and husband you know that endures the bare minimum of life’s luxuries to keep his family and this country safe. 40. You have accepted the fact that no one will ever understand the loneliness, pain and suffering your heart endures no matter how much they say “ I can imagine what it must feel like” 41. Your husband/mate keeps a watch that counts down his time until shore duty/EOS to the second. 42. You spend a majority of the time answering “ I don’t know” to the following questions “when will he be home” Will you make it for the wedding” Can we book the hotel rooms for you now? ”Will you be here for the family reunion” “Will you make it to see us this year”?? 43. You know the homecoming in a submariner’s life is the one thing that makes it justified. And for me, no matter how much I may curse the sight of that boat or hate the smell, when I see it coming up the river or smell my husband home from sea....there is nothing sweeter.
Mean Girls Grown Up: Adult Women Who Are Still Queen Bees, Middle Bees, and Afraid-to-Bees: Cheryl Dellasega PhD: 9780470168752: Amazon.com:...
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Mean Girls Grown Up, Cheryl Dellasega explores why women are often their own worst enemies, offering practical advice for a variety of situations. Drawing upon extensive research and interviews, she shares real-life stories from women as well as the knowledge of experts who have helped women overcome the negative effects of aggression.
For someday... Another pinner said, "One of the most important books I've ever read! A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.” Need to look into this one.
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Going to read this... My baby is precious and I want him to stay that way!!
Six Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy: Guiding Your Son from His Tweens to His Teens: Dannah Gresh: Mamas of tween boys must read! So helpful.
6 Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy: Guiding Your Son from His Tweens to His Teens, Dannah Gresh. Pinner writes: "Many parents are afraid of having this conversation. You should be more afraid of not having it. A boy's relationship w/ his mom during the formative ages between 8-12 is vital to his future well-being. Gresh's practical experience & research, along w/ advice from her husband, Bob Gresh, provide parents w/ proactive ways to help their sons to be honest, confident & respectful."
....Another pinner said: Six Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy: Guiding Your Son from His Tweens to His Teens by Dannah Gresh. One of the most important books I've ever read! “A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.” - need to look into this one.
This is so cool!! Type in a book or author you like and it will give you a list of similar books/authors that you may enjoy. I'm bookmarking this one :)
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Type in a book or author you like and it will give you a list of similar books/ authors that you may enjoy.
An awesome website that recommends books based on what books you have liked! Great starting point if you are looking for something new to read. #book
Books to read.. An awesome website that recommends books based on what books you have liked! Great starting point if you are looking for something new to read. .
An awesome website that recommends books based on what books you have liked! Like Pandora for books
An awesome website that recommends books based on what books read have read...Awesome!
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If I Could Keep You Little by Marianne Richmond. On the surface, this is a children's picture book. In its heart, it's what every parent wants to say to a child of any age.
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If I Could Keep You Little... (Marianne Richmond) this is my FAVORITE book to read to my daughter! I tear up every time!
Great kids book!!!
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...worth reading and buying. tears!
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Just one of Mitch Albom's amazing books! It is a MUST read!
Mitch Albom. Such a good book
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Mitch Albom - absolutely one of my favorite authors. This is an amazing, thought-provoking book.
Mitch Albom fabulous book!
Favorite book ever! Love all of Mitch Albom's books :)