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NUKE moms

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A school
navy web site for goose creek this is where they are for A school
updated web site :) thanks Cynthia

I have been ask to post the links to my son's blogs on Nuke school here for all to see

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Power School Final

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Power School graduation in 2 weeks

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New Sailors Heading to A School at Goose Creek

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Comment by William in Nashua on July 2, 2014 at 5:23pm

B'sNukeMom good luck to your son and everybody in the class.

Comment by The boy wonder mom MM3-PS1402-9 on July 1, 2014 at 7:11pm
B'sNukeMoM, prayers for the success of your boy and his prototype class :)
Comment by LadyGoggle on July 1, 2014 at 7:08pm

Strong, positive well wishes headed their way! 

Comment by B'sNukeMoM⚓️(Prototype 1401S8G) on July 1, 2014 at 7:02pm

Extra prayers please for my son and his proto class - they take their 50% exam in the morning.

Comment by CO-TwinSalorsMom on July 1, 2014 at 2:00pm
My Mom suffered Altziemers for 10 years. My dear Dad was her caregiver at home all the time. She died in his arms. Sometimes she would ask him to find her dear husband, would make him sad. Last time I visited she asked who I was and what was I doing in her house. She would try to leave the house (when still mobile) and say she was going to visit her mother who has been deceased for 35 years. She always new who my twins were oddly enough. It is very hard to watch someone so full of life just vacate their body and mind. No more spark in the eyes.
Comment by B'sNukeMoM⚓️(Prototype 1401S8G) on July 1, 2014 at 12:40pm

Dimentia/Alzheimer's is such a horrible disease.  We lost my FIL to Alzheimer's about 4 years ago.  I pray for peace and strength for all of you dealing with it - it's really, really tough.

Comment by LadyGoggle on July 1, 2014 at 11:25am


My sister and I are sharing daughterly duties as my mother is declining. Some things we have had to do recently is replace the garage door and cancel her debit card. In both instances, we have kept information from her to keep her from giving strangers access to her home and bank account. My mother took such pride in her intellectual sharpness, and it's frustrating and sad to see her lose that.

Keep us posted on how you are doing. 

Comment by NancyJo (Ballston Spa) on July 1, 2014 at 11:01am

oh, those elders can be wiley. My mom is in a controlled access wing where you need a 5-digit code to get in and out. Sometimes a resident either just figures it out or watches and remembers. Short-term memory loss can be very selective! And they can be child-like and we take the parent role. No, my sailor was a cake walk next to this.

Comment by Joniana (Helen) on July 1, 2014 at 10:28am

Thank you for the support NancyJo (Ballston Spa), CO-TwinSailorsMom, & SusanK.  It just really helps to know others get it.  My mom is in assisted living with increasing dementia & memory loss, but still pulls all sorts of tricks every day to get my attention -- behavior I would never tolerate from my kids!  It's definitely a journey -- being a Nuke parent is easy in comparison! 

Comment by grandmalyons on July 1, 2014 at 12:28am

I had a Toyota Corolla when I taught daughter #2 how to drive.  Last year she took her Grandpa around the college campus in her standard drive Saturn.  He asked her "Who taught you how to drive stick shift?"  She said "My mom."  it was one of my proudest moments.


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