Proudly Supporting all Military Families with a Special Needs Dependent
Perhaps you and your family have been moved around a lot the last couple years. Maybe this year, being no exception, you are spending the holidays in a new house or new location. It can be tough, even for the seasoned military spouse, to carry on with the holiday hustle, bustle, and spirit, without extended family around. It can be even tougher if a spouse is deployed or has been lost in battle. There’s still time, though, to make new holiday traditions. Start a new tradition tonight, or if you are inspired, start making your own list for next year’s holiday fun! Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Do you have a special holiday tradition you would like to share?
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