Honor, Part Six: Appreciation

Kara is the wife of a Transportation Coordinator Officer for the United States Army Reserves.  Kara is unique in that she is not only a military wife, but also a veteran. She served in the United States Army for five years. How amazing is that!? She is a mom of two beautiful girls, currently works in Behavioral Heath and is working towards earning her masters in Public Health from the University of Missouri. Here is what honor means to her and her message for our future generations: Continue reading “Honor, Part Six: Appreciation”

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Honor, Part Five: A Noun, Not a Verb

Hayley is an Air Force Wife. Here is what honor means to her, in her own words:

“Honor. It’s one of those words that can take on so many different meanings in someone’s life. For me, and probably for a lot of people, it has always been a verb. You’re taught to honor your mother and your father, to honor your obligations and commitments. It wasn’t until I became a military wife that the word honor kind of became a noun in many ways, and really came full circle in my life.  Continue reading “Honor, Part Five: A Noun, Not a Verb”

Honor, Part Three: Privilege

Ashley is a Marine Corps wife. Here is what honor means to her, in her own words:

“When asked to write about honor, I honestly had to Google it. I understand what the word means; however, as a military family, I am constantly surrounded by what many call honorable men and women. They serve and protect our country, which is most definitely an honorable thing. But being around it 24/7 we see so much more than just men and women in uniforms. I see my husband, I see friends, I see normal people, and I see families. Continue reading “Honor, Part Three: Privilege”

Honor, Part Two: Loyalty

Loyalty: the first word that came to Jodi’s mind when thinking about honor. “It means showing your loyalty to something you believe in, whether that’s your country, your family, your marriage, or your parents.” Continue reading “Honor, Part Two: Loyalty”