When you said, “I Do,” to a man in combat boots. Did you know what you were getting into?
The term, “Military Brat,” is not a derogatory term. In fact military kids wear the title as a badge of honor. With honor comes overwhelming responsibility, teens are especially challenged as they often fill an adult role in the absences of their military parent.
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Only you can rock red heels and combat boots.
A Movement that Inspires Women to Walk in Their own Shoes while Marching Through Military Life.
Historically, Red Shoes have been worn by Royalty, because Red dye was very expensive. Popes have worn them since 1484, until recently when Pope Francis decided on a color more humble. King Louis XIV of France, in 1701 wore red heeled shoes. Red Shoes made a big come back with, Dorthy in 1939 in the, "Wizard of Oz," with her ruby red slippers. With three clicks of her heels, she would say, "There is no place that home."
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We Partner with Military & Civilian Organizations to Facilitate Social Events All Events that held on Military Facilities are done so under the authorization and permission of the Base or Post. We follow and comply with the Military Facilities regulations…
"I am inspired by what you put together through faith, networking. I can see this was done through hard work and dedication. It felt so... odd to be the receiver of such hospitality. I didn't have to help out and was given the permission to just receive and enjoy. Everything was delicious. It was also fun collecting bras for, "Save the Girls."
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