Day to day diary of a 40 year old working mother. Recipes, ocassional attempts at humor, family photos.
Hi MollyI came across your blog, and found it very interesting. I was a serving member of The Armed Forces (Royal Welch fusiliers at the time) until 2003. i was injured in 2001, and it took 2 years for my medical discharge to go through. I was married for 15 years too, and my wife accompanied me to all my postings. Until recently, I never knew how difficult it could be for army wives and children... After my discharge, I found it very difficult to make up the kind of money I was making when I was serving. Due to my disability, I couldn't get any sort of gainful employment anywhere. So I decided that the best bet for me was to work from home. I invested in online courses for Internet business marketing and web design. I now run several successful affiliate websites. I would like to help dependants of serving soldiers to maintain financial securityI thought I'd pass along a little bit of information that could benefit all army dependants while their husbands/wives or partners are serving abroad. I teamed up with this program last year, and have benefited from it greatly. So much so, I am now in a position to donate part of my income to the Army Benevolent fund. Anyone who has access to the Internet will benefit from this. Especially with Christmas coming up, it can be financially hard on families. Anyway, please take a look at my program and see see for yourself. I offer full support and advice for anyone who wants to sign up. If you could pass this information on to anyone you may think could benefit from it, i would be very grateful. If you have a charity or worthy cause in mind, I would be very happy to donate the funds made by anyone who joins through your recommendation. Here is the site: http://www.39freedollars.com Thank you Jason http://www.igiveyouwealth.com
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