Category Archives: military

No Sinking Ship–The RMS Queen Mary

The RMS Queen Mary was dry docked when I had the privilege of spending two nights in a cabin without a view. In December of 1990, my late husband and I spent our wedding anniversary in the art deco inspired … Continue reading

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A Case of Mistaken Identity

      While writing, “Foxtrots and Foxholes,” my recent WWII novel, I’ve had memories emerge from my days as a military spouse. One day back in the ’60s, my identical twin husband was due home from duty/work at White Sands Missile … Continue reading

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What’s In A Name?

Take the name, “Kilroy.” Who is he, anyway? I’m so glad you asked. During WWII, the phrase, “Kilroy Was Here” got scrawled all over the world…wherever the Allied Forces marched, the slogan could be found: Italy, France, Germany. Sometimes it was … Continue reading

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