Five Myths About Aviation Life – Diverted

It never fails. As soon as I mention that my husband is a pilot, one of several typical responses/questions will immediately follow. It's truly not the asker's fault, as there is no way for them to have an insider scoop unless they are, well, an insider, and aviation truly is a vast and fascinating career. [...]

What Do You Mean It’s Not Pizza?

As you all know by now, we talk a lot about the necessity of learning to F.L.Y. in order to sustain a happy aviation marriage. F.L.Y. is my acronym for first love yourself. No, this doesn't mean not caring about our spouses' needs or loving them well; it means living life to it's fullest when [...]

Marriage Revolution Resolutions

The old has passed and the new has come. On the eve of the dawn of a new year there lingers the delicious aroma of wonder and possibility. It feels like, if even for a moment, anything is possible. For a frozen second in time, the stars will align and all of our wildest dreams [...]

Lessons Gleaned from a Life of Sorrow

This is a spur of the moment post, which is not my typical mode of operation. Usually my blog postings take a couple of weeks of meticulous thought and rethought before finally sharing them with you. However, today I felt deeply moved by something and tapped this out rather spontaneously because it felt important and [...]

Four Gifts for Your Wife to Rekindle the Dying Flame

I recently wrote an article entitled Four Gifts for Your Husband to Save Your Struggling Marriage. It examined some important needs that men have in order for your marriages to flourish - respect, some slack, prayer, and authentic sexual intimacy with your spouse. But let's get real for a second. Marriage is not '50/50'; a [...]