We want to welcome our new SpouseBUZZ readers. As a result of promoting the upcoming SpouseBUZZ LIVE San Diego, many milspouses are discovering SpouseBUZZ for the first time. For the newbies, poke around a bit, read some of our archived posts (on the right). There you will find six months of funny, informative, honest, perspective-filled, confessional, you-don't say, empowering and entertaining posts.
The goal of SpouseBUZZ was -- and is -- to connect military spouses in the "virtual" sense. Milspouses who visit SpouseBUZZ are from all branches of service, all ranks, all walks of life and come from all sides of the political spectrum. Speaking of politics, we don't get into politics here, nor do we advocate for or against our involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. What we do here is focus solely on life as a military spouse, and how best we can support one another.
The authors here don't know it all, nor do we pretend we do. We simply start conversations, and our readers never fail to engage, uplift, entertain and educate the authors and other SpouseBUZZ readers.
In the beginning, we felt the need to point out that when we write, we're writing from our own perspectives. We don't add usually add that caveat any longer, it's come to be understood. There is no way everyone will agree on everything that is written here, but we do pride ourselves on SpouseBUZZ being an open forum where we can discuss our viewpoints, and our points of disagreement, in a civilized manner.
SpouseBUZZ is a place where we have virtual discussions about what it's like to be a military spouse. We ask that when you comment here, you do so in a respectful manner. We don't have many rules around here, but the one thing that won't be tolerated is someone attempting to be divisive. Military spouses need as much support as they can get, especially now.
So, welcome to our new readers. We hope you find a home here, and we look forward to getting to know you.