Military Families on the Move

Most military families move every 2-4 years with many duty stations far from home. Military life is the definition of being transit.

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I’m a Brat!

Brat: 1a: an ill-mannered annoying child. b: an ill-mannered immature person. 2: the child of a career military person.

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¿Cerveza con sal?

It was no surprise to me that my new friends wanted to meet at a café after class to “hang-out and share a beer.”

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Volksmarch mit mir!

Another activity I enjoyed while in Germany was Volksmarching. We discovered it accidentally, but it became an obsession!

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Letter from the Editor: October

The United States Constitution, craft beer, and new jobs. It’s October, and October seems like a great month to talk about beer.

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Flight diverted to the land of the talking: A one-act science fiction play

“Sir, we just came in from Seattle and our iPhones won’t work. Would you mind if I borrow yours for a minute?” “What’s an iPhone?”

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Courtrooms, Cartridges, and Campfires

Courtrooms, Cartridges, and Campfires is about the colorful characters Wayne Anthony Ross met, like The Balloon Man, and his adventures.

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Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters

Lizbeth Meredith’s memoir, Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters is a tale of how domestic violence escalates after victims leave.

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“Baker University” prepares to launch Fall semester course syllabus

Here are the course descriptions under Human Interaction (HI) for those interested in learning how to interact with other human beings.

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Harmony

If I want to convey a message of harmony, I need to carefully choose words that compliment the imagery I strive to portray for the reader.

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