Nuclear explosion
Posted in D-Day My Story

Gone in an Instant: My Husband Had a Suitcase Nuke

Another Pleasant Valley Sunday? D-Day It was 10 AM on Sunday. My husband stood combing his hair in front of the bathroom mirror. He called…

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Ejecting from the cockpit
Posted in Relationship Lessons

“Eject!” and “Bailout!” — Two Words You Should Never Ignore

Emergency Awareness “Eject!” and “Bailout!” are two words that pilots in training learn to listen for above everything else. Hearing the word ‘eject’ creates an…

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Posted in Abandonment and Betrayal

Ghosting: A New Name for an Old Phenomenon

From my Capser The Unholy Ghost Collection, 2014 Only The Name Has Changed Ghosting is not a new phenomenon; it’s been around for hundreds of…

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