Greetings and Welcome and Thank you!

To the Frequent and Faithful Folks (F3) who've been along on the SpouseBUZZ ride since the inception - I've missed you.  Greetings! To those of you I haven't had the opportunity to talk with, … [Read more...]


Your home. Your castle

In a conversation in comments on a past post, I noticed how many spouses talked about not being able to sleep when the DH is gone.I could definitely relate to that problem especially when the kids … [Read more...]


A Most Excellent Discussion

Tomorrow night, Thursday August 2, on SpouseBUZZ radio promises to be very interesting, as we explore the transition from being an Active Duty military member to having that tan ID card of a … [Read more...]


What’s your theme song?

I've been MIA lately.  Between getting three kids ready to go back to college, volunteer projects, dealing with the military,  blogging issues and life in general, I haven't been able to … [Read more...]


Random Thought of the Day – “Me” Time

Truth be told, I could do without deployments, long TDY assignments or field excercises, but as with everything, there are some silver linings to the cloud. One of them, at least for me, is … [Read more...]


Did you know?

Included in this week's Military Report: Some TRICARE Beneficiary Data At Risk  Beach Homes for the Brave Program Begins  Freedom Alliance Offers Scholarships  Hotline Available for … [Read more...]


Role reversal

After reading GBear's post about going home and wondering how her husband kept up with the "household" duties while she was away for 3 months, I was reminded of some of the things my husband … [Read more...]


Army Wives: Episode Nine Discussion Thread

Episode nine was hopping. … [Read more...]


The Absentee Auntie/Sister/Friend

I have become used to friends and family members who go through periods of not speaking to us.  Usually, it is because we miss a lot of holidays and milestone events, although I must admit that … [Read more...]


Deployment Embarrassments

Warning: Some adult content.... One of my least favorite things to deal with during a deployment is when something major breaks. Something that requires a maintenance man to come fix it. It's always a … [Read more...]



It's been more than three months since I left home to be a 'non-military medical attendant' for my son in MN while he goes through limb lengthening!  Lengthening done, external fixator off - we … [Read more...]


Shamefully Hanging My Head in the Corner

I know this is going to open me up to all sorts of finger shaking, tut-tutting, and Creative Memories CARE packages, but I have a confession to make. Until this morning, I had not put a picture in a … [Read more...]



Most of the contributers here at SpouseBuzz, had blogs before writing here in a support forum.  Some of us were blogging as a means of expression, or keeping the events of the day, (no matter … [Read more...]


Rain, sleet, snow, or shine

Andi wrote about all the exciting new animals you see moving around the world with the military.  I think many people experience the same shock at all the weather they get to endure.  So … [Read more...]



My question for this post is, "How do you count down the time while your spouse/significant other is away?" My life has been a series of semesters for the past 4 years.  I have been in grad school … [Read more...]


New Duty Stations Mean New Experiences. That, or They Just Reveal That I’m a Weirdo

I am not a military brat. I was born and raised in the same area. Until I met and married my husband, the only surroundings I was intimately familiar with were same the ones I had experienced, over … [Read more...]


NMFA Government and You E-News for the week of July 24, 2007

Topics in this Week's News Include: 1. TRICARE Beneficiary Personal Information at Risk 2. Free Financial Planning for Injured Service Members 3. NFL Players Extend Free SAT Prep Program 4. Wounded … [Read more...]


You Mean Have Lunch…Together…at a Restaurant?

One of the great things about a PCS move is that usually our spouses have several days when they arrive at their new duty station before they have to report for duty. Of course, most of that time is … [Read more...]