Posts Tagged ‘Army’
Supporting Our Veterans
Coming from a family of veterans makes veterans day a special one. Both of my grandfathers were in the U.S. Army. My uncle Reynaldo Rosado served for almost 4 decades in the Puerto Rico National Guard. In 2003 he was the highest ranking officer from the Puerto Rico National Guard in the the Combat Theater.…Read More
When will the mental health of veterans become a priority
As I read the sad news about the Fort Hood shooting, I look at it from the lens of how the military still does not consider certain internal injuries which can affect a veterans state of mind, as something critical to treat. I remember just before my daughter was born around 2010, I was driving…Read More
To the Veterans
When I was 17 I made the decision to join the military and to this day I clearly did not understand very well what I was getting into. There where a few things that motivated my enlistment and one of them was following in the steps of my Uncle Rey and both my Grandfathers who…Read More
Honoring The Fallen!
The first time Lucy and I visited D.C. was in 2005 on Memorial Day weekend. We reached D.C. at 4pm and walked for hours. We finally gave up bit over midnight and decided to head back to the hotel. On Saturday we woke up as early trying to do as much as our short visit…Read More
It’s not about Money. Patience is your most important asset.
The past few months have been very challenging since I have not brought my business where I want it to be and assuring myself that I have to trust my gut feeling can get complicated when you have a family to feed and bills to pay and the Money is just not coming in. It’s…Read More