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Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

Immigration And Integration

A pictoral history of resistance. Read More »

Hunting Humans

Family history can get interesting with the help of the U.S. Census. Read More »

Swastika Flap is a Flop

Both the offending and the offended are wrong about the offense. Read More »

No Sheehan At Landstuhl

The anti-Iraq war protest is still on at the American base in Germany, but Sheehan's travel plans are "up in the air." Read More »

The Family Tradition of Storytelling

Years later I would learn of Grandma’s unspoken rule that the really good stories weren't to be shared until the children had gone outside. Read More »

Scheisse! Sheehan To Visit Wounded at Landstuhl

No hospitalized person, much less a wounded service member, deserves this particular kind of attention. Read More »

Heart History 101

What do baseball, Iran, and aphids have to do with Valentine's Day? Read More »

There’s No Way You’re Not Coming Back

When Valentines go astray. Read More »

Six Generals Line Up Against the Washington Post

Tom Toles’ editorial cartoon of the wounded gets labeled “reprehensible.” Wounded without adequate care, not even mentioned. Read More »

The World of Haves and Have-Nots

If you've got it, wear it, steal it, spy on it, and scan it. But don't expect to heat it. Read More »