The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society is a great organization that helps our Marines and Sailors out when they need a little financial assistance by giving them interest free loans or grants. Their interview rooms needed to be jazzed up a bit, so the director at the Society asked the squadrons on base if they could adopt a room to decorate. I volunteered my hubby's squadron, VMFAT-101, the Sharpshooters. Of course this really meant that I would be doing it, with any help that I could enlist. So, my wonderful mom-in-law and I rolled up our sleeves and got busy.
We painted the squadron patch, an airplane and lots of green diamonds.
I'm the wife of a Marine, mom to two beautiful kids, and a full time volunteer. Most of my time goes to either the kids' school or the the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society where I help out in their Thrift Shop. I'm also a stamper and a photographer. I would also love to be a horseback rider (again) but have no time!