Hey y’all! My name is Laura. I’m just a small town country girl living a big world. I met my wonderful husband, Clay, while he was serving as a recruiter in the US Army. I was never a recruit, but, according to him, I stalked him. That’s another story. I have been very active in military circles throughout my marriage. I have taken virtually every class offered from Army Family Team Building (AFTB), AFTB Instructor to Casualty Response (CARE) team. I have served as an FRG leader, Platoon Momma, Key Caller, and through various roles in the Chaplain ministries. I have been so incredibly blessed to be a part of this great big Military family. The men and women of our Military are some of the greatest people I have met in my life. My adoration for the military, both past and present, runs deep. I refuse to hang up my Army Wife hat, so I continue serving a role for our Veterans and their families, through various organizations. Army life was never easy, but it was always gratifying, humbling and an honor. The transition from Active Duty Army is hard on the Soldier, but it is also hard on the family members. When Clay retired, I grieved the loss of that community. So now my focus has adjusted from Active Duty Army Wife Life to Retired Army Wife helping Military Veterans and their spouses. I have a deep passion to help those suffering from PTSD.