Army Wife Talk Radio

A few months ago, I was poking around on blogspot, which is where I used to keep my blog.  It was so much easier than using myspace (which I used infrequently and no one read it) and then I stumbled upon wordpress.  It took me months to decide where to keep my blog.  My SiL told me to pick a place, so I did.  I moved it on over here!  Anyway, back to the story, so I was poking around and I found Loving a Soldier, Living the Life.  I didn’t realize that it was the blog to accompany the talk radio show.

Well, yesterday, I was hanging out in the car waiting for my husband and I decided to see if my iPhone would work in the car; it didn’t work the last time I plugged it in, maybe I did it wrong (though there are 3 connectors and they only go in one hole each) so I plugged it in and taadaa!  It worked!!  Yeah I was happy!

So, I decided that I was going to listen to some of my pod casts.  I had forgotten that I found Army Wife Talk Radio on iTunes and then when I was scrolling through the list, there it was!  Woohoo!

So, I listened to the radio show for a little over an hour.  It was pretty interesting.  So, if you are an Army wife (or husband…15% of all military spouses are male!) reading this blog (though I highly doubt that I get any traffic from military spouses) you should go to iTunes and look up the Army Wife Talk Radio pod cast–or if you know someone married to the Army, let them know about this!  They also do a live show once a week and it’s pretty informative stuff.  In the archive that I was listening to, they were talking about moving…well, I wished I had heard it a month ago.  They had a lot of great advice.  That’s alright, though it’s great advice for NEXT time I move–which is going to be in April 2009.  We won’t actually be moving until May ’09, but the movers will be here in March or April to pick up our stuff…

Oh the joys of military life!  I can’t complain though, I love my life!

Oh and, check out their blog.  Well, anyway, thanks for reading and have a nice day 🙂

One thought on “Army Wife Talk Radio

  1. It’s so great that there’s this resource for military spouses!

    Paco was active duty Air Force in NE for four years and I had nothing. No help at all until we moved there – then it wasn’t very good (this was 1996, pre good stuff everywhere on the ‘net). I always felt that there should be a practical handbook the military spouse gets when the military member is at basic training or upon marriage.

    Anyway, that’s my two cents! I hope Germany is treating you well!

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