thanks again for offering this
Do you count if your man is now medically retired at the ripe old age of 26? I guess once a military spouse always a military spouse? I mean, Jakes time in the Army is still a major part of our every day lives with the numerous doctor visits every month and the evals done by civilian and Army docs in our home state and out. Thanks to all of the women who support our men in uniform. They need it. This post is about Jake's PTSD.http://www.trailergypsy.net/2011/02/our-struggles.html
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