Tonight on SpouseBUZZ Talk Radio…

...we'll be talking to Kathy Rockel of TRS Institute and fellow military spouse, Briget Rischawy. You may remember that we discussed transportable careers a few months ago on SBTR. We recently … [Read more...]


The good, the bad and the ugly

The one thing I really hate about being a military wife is being away from family.  Until I get that phone call in which the family drama ensues.  … [Read more...]


Space-A Policy Change Benefits Military Families

A recent change in policy will benefit military families wishing to utilize Space-A flights. … [Read more...]


Where Christmas’s past, present and future visit….

Christmas is over. Like Air Force Wife says Holiday Hangover.... I swore to never consume a chocolate covered anything again as of 12 noon yesterday.  Oye... … [Read more...]


Post Holiday Hangover

I have a post-Holiday hangover, and I don't even drink! Is it normal to need a vacation from our holiday vacation? … [Read more...]


A Selfless Christmas Gift

Ben Stein raved about how selfless military families are.  I have a story about one of them. Christmas 2004 my husband was in Iraq, and I was sitting childless, petless, and alone in my home in … [Read more...]


Oh Starry Night II

G'evening, folks.  Last year, our first Christmastime together on SpouseBUZZ, I let you peak under the tent into what's on my mind at this time of the year, in a post of similar title.  So I … [Read more...]


Did you know?

Noteworthy items from this week's Military Report: 2008 Military COLA Rates Released  Cell Phones for Soldiers  New 2008 Clothing Allowance Rates  Incentive Pay for Airmen Add $5,400 … [Read more...]


Awaiting Santa

I'm sure posting will be light from now until New Year's Day, but we'll be popping up around here from time to time. From our SpouseBUZZ family to your family, we wish all of you a very Merry … [Read more...]


Military Marriages (Thread hijacked? or just revisited?)

It's pretty quiet around SpouseBUZZ ... goes with the time of the year.  It gives me a moment to look back and realize how astute and insightful the 10 lady-SB-authors are and the messages each … [Read more...]


What’s on Your Table?

Ahhhh, 'tis the season.  Yummy turkey and all the fixin's.  Ham and stuffing chased down with pecan and pumpkin pie... Everything smothered in gravy. I love traditional holiday dinners. But … [Read more...]


Salute to the Troops Holiday Show Playing Now

Click the image below to tune in and then go to the "Broadcasting Live Now" tab. If you don't have a SyncLive account, take two minutes to create one (it's free). The show will run from … [Read more...]


Holiday W[h]ine: Serve With a Side of Green Grass

I have to admit that I have mixed feelings about the holiday season. I get a twinge of "the grass is always greener on the other side" each and every year. Being a military family usually … [Read more...]


Technology is Wonderful…Most of the Time

Last night we were hit with a double whammie. Some of us had issues logging into the chat room and the switchboard for SBTR went haywire. About 15 minutes into the show, the wrinkles smoothed out and … [Read more...]


Talking Resumes Tonight

Last week on SpouseBUZZ Talk Radio, we received some great advice from two USAA financial planners. Click here to listen if you missed the show. Tonight, the talking resumes. We'll be speaking to one … [Read more...]


Made With Love

When AirForceGuy is home, I tend to spoil him.  It's nice to have him around and he's very conscientious about fixing things and taking over parent duties to give me some down time.  He … [Read more...]


One stop wounded benefits shopping

I've gotten a newsletter from the NMFA in which I found an article on the latest Congressional action on the disability examination for the wounded troops.  The process to move from the DoD … [Read more...]


Singing for MWR

Anyone been watching Clash of the Choirs? I haven't seen it, but blogger Jammie Wearing Fool emailed to say that two Ft. Sill soldiers, Captain Brian Saul and SSG Kent Kramer, are a part of the … [Read more...]