Site Description:
This one of a kind website is dedicated to support the Navy Submarine Family, which includes wives, girlfriends, family members and our fellow Navy mil-spouses. We have also created an internet radio / podcast talk show. Our site and show mission is to inspire military spouses to do what they love. To step away from the stress and chaos of military life by relating with other spouses in their same lifestyle. We want to laugh, share stories, and information with our peers. We ask you please join us by contacting us today, so that we can update you on our website and upcoming show. 🙂

About the Authors:


Alecia has been married to her Sailor for seven years and is currently stationed in Hawaii. The mom of a young son, Alecia runs her own retail online business. read more



Julie Negron is the creator of A cartoon comic strip about being a Military Spouse. You’ll love her humor. Julie is currently in Japan and occassionally writes here on the blog. You can read her latest comic at


I am a young military spouse and have been associated with the Navy for about five years, three of which has been as a spouse. I’ve gone through several underways that lasted anywhere between a week to three months and a six month deployment. I’ve only been connected to one boat, a fast attack, but am getting ready to go to another within the next year. We are expecting our first child, a boy, this September so we are in for the adventure of a lifetime! I am currently working towards my college degree of speech pathology and hope to eventually earn a doctorates degree. I enjoy playing tennis, reading, writing and scrapbooking (even though I’m really not very good).



My name is Megan; I’m a military dependent of 24 years. Both of my parents were in the Marines and my husband, who I’ve been with for just over four years, is a Navy Submariner. I have 3 kids, a 4 year old boy (who bounces off walls), a 21 month old girl (who starts fights with the 4 year old, and has an attitude 3 times her size), and a 6 month old boy (who has no clue what he is in for). Hubby and I just recently started our shore duty tour coming from the fast attack community, and what a change I’ll tell you a secret, I miss boat life.



Wendy has a passion for writing, traveling and design. After working as a DoD civilian for the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force and a major internet provider she decided to follow her dream of working for herself and opened her own media studio back in 2001. Wendy’s husband is a Navy Submariner with over 20 years of service.  She has two boys (11 and 19) and two beagles. You can reach Wendy at wendy(AT)



2 Responses to “About”

  1. JP Says:

    I will be more than happy to assist anyone I can with advice and issues. I am a Project Manager for telecommunications with an emphasis on construction. I can vette resumes, answer finance questions, give detailed instructions on home and auto repair, computer issues, cat care, and, having survived cancer so far, know a thing or two about how the medical system works. Please feel free to call upon me with anything that I can be of assistance with. I think your dedication is admirable, and your support at home makes the defense of our country possible.

  2. Marie Says:

    JP~ We alway love to hear from our Service Members. Thank you so much for the kind words. I hope that you will continue to read and comment over at our new bolg

    We also have a weekly radio show

    The Chiefs from will be starting their own radio show in the next few weeks. Keep checking in, I’m sure you will enjoy it! Ww will put all the info out on our site!

    You have had a full life! We would love tou have you as a source of knowledge! Thanks JP!!


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