History of Military Spouse Day The first Military Spouse Day was celebrated on April 23, 1984. President Ronald Reagan started the tradition with a presidential proclamation. He intended it to be a once-only event. Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger made it an annual observance, the second Friday of May. Homefront Heroes We all know aboutRead More
My name is Teresa, and I am a mother of two beautiful daughters. When my youngest, Carrie was just three months old, she stopped eating, and I knew something was wrong. At first, our family pediatrician suggested we try a different formula. My mother’s intuition said it was something more, and after several tests, sheRead More
A Unique Partnership One, two, three, push, up. One, two, three, push, up. This is the rhythm of a horse’s canter. The canter is the second-fastest motion for a normal horse, and a challenge for most humans to ride. It’s like a swift three-beat dance with moments in the air. It’s also like the partnershipRead More
Jeremy at a veteran’s retreat. Jeremy traveled from San Antonio to Houston for a Lone Survivor Foundation retreat. He has PTSD and a traumatic brain injury (TBI). On the way back, he said he had an extremely positive experience, and that it was “very easy to set up.” When he returned to Houston, Jeremy expressed great satisfaction with MercyRead More

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