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We are a family- a family composed of 1% of our Nation’s forces. We are warriors- from the ones who went before us, to the babies that we hold in our arms. We walk with sure footing and live by the motto of initial success or total failure. We are the community of Explosive Ordnance Disposal and we will never relent.
When I founded The Patriot Belle I made it my mission to honor and support the community of American EOD Patriots- both currently dedicated to serving our country, in addition to those that have paved the road ahead of us. This mission is accomplished by partnering with brands on the forefront of empowering our Patriots [...]
As a California native, I was excited to find out that my husband was assigned to San Diego and looked forward to sharing its rich history and wealth of historically significant landmarks with our children. In the few years that we have been stationed in San Diego, we have experienced many of the city's highlights, [...]
I recently had the pleasure of taking an entire day to explore San Diego's crown jewel, the Island of Coronado. Being that we are stationed in San Diego, I have crossed the Coronado bridge many times. Our family's favorite military beach is located on the island and it is home to a handful of military [...]
This past week I had the pleasure of attending the third annual San Diego Veteran and Military Entrepreneur Awards Luncheon as a finalist. The awards were presented by the Rosie Network and focused on celebrating entrepreneurship within the Veteran and Military Spouse owned business community of San Diego. All proceeds from the event were dedicated [...]
Premier & Wrap Party Years ago, I set out on an unknown path by transferring to The Savannah College of Art and Design. I had previously been studying American Studies and while close to graduating, I realized that I was not fulfilling a part of my soul, my creative side- therefore I was not living [...]
I will never forget that day, 9/11- September 11, 2001. I was a middle school girl when I watched the towers fall. I now find myself a millennial mother of two toddlers who are innocent to the darkness of terror, yet find themselves having inherited the weight of the residual aftershocks of that day. 9/11, [...]