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Tatiana
  • Female
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • United States

Tatiana's Friends

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  • Rosa Proud Navy Mom
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  • Pat (MP)
  • Lorraine (Jason's Mom)
  • Julio
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  • ♥ Jodi ♥ Scott's mom
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Profile Information

About me:
Married, Costarican, mother of three
I am here to support or represent my:
Julio
Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy Career?
Enlisted
When I heard “Navy,” I:
Was concerned or afraid
From my experience with the Navy, the most important thing I learned was:
Be patient and strong
Through this Navy experience, I now believe:
This was the best decision he/she could have made

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At 8:38am on March 16, 2010, Rosa Proud Navy Mom said…
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At 10:40pm on March 15, 2010, Rosa Proud Navy Mom said…
Our lives in all aspects are a journey toward a destination, one fitting to our purpose, our special gifts, and our particular needs. Each day contributes to our journey, carrying us closer
to our destination. However, we often take a circuitous route.
We get stranded or waylaid by our selfish desires, by the
intrusion of our controlling ego. We can reflect on the progress
we've made toward our destination, the steps we've taken that have
unknowingly contributed to our journey.
Our easiest steps have been the ones we took in partnership with GOD. It's in GOD'S mind that our path is well marked. We are just where we need to be today. The experiences
that we meet are like points on the map of our journey.
Some of them are rest stops. Others resemble high-speed
straight-aways. The journey to our destination is not always
smooth, but the more we let GOD sit in the driver's seat,
the easier will be our ride.
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