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How teen drivers can avoid wrecks: Put that phone away


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jaletta albright desmondIt’s been a year since my youngest daughter took driver’s education in the classroom, eight months since she passed the “behind-the-wheel” training and seven since she got her permit, but she has logged less than five hours in the driver’s seat since then.

And I’m okay with that. She hasn’t felt ready to buckle down — and buckle up — to practice driving. I think she is wise to wait until she is really ready. Read the full story

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Let’s continue the conversation about suicide and mental health


jaletta albright desmondAfter months of planning, the CheckUp Project launched on Monday, Aug. 11, to fight the rising tide of suicide. Just hours later, Robin Williams lost his battle with suicidal urges, after decades of dealing with depression, substance abuse and, apparently a recent diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.

His death, no more tragic than any death at one’s own hand, impacted millions who looked to him for laughter but were ultimately left with pain or tears. Still, it isn’t simply a time to mourn him, watch his movies, or, God forbid, glorify the dramatic reality of the deadly tears of a genius and beloved clown. It is a time to bring depression, mental health, and suicide prevention efforts boldly, loudly, and effectively out into the community conversation. We can’t just write blogs, columns, Facebook posting, Tweets, and air tributes on entertainment TV shows one week—then move past the dialogue the next week. It’s a difficult conversation, but we have to stay in it. Read the full story

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Broken branches


jaletta desmond 'life happens'I kept noticing something odd in my peripheral vision as I walked by the wall of windows in our former living room. Something about the weeping willow tree we planted in the backyard that previous fall looked a little strange. It had apparently weathered the dusting of winter frost and the summer’s drought just fine, but now I could tell something was amiss or off kilter. Read the full story

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If it all ended suddenly, what would we leave behind?


jaletta albright desmondIt was otherworldly, A city-sized graveyard. An ancient metropolis that ceased to exist in its entirety on August 24th 79 A.D.

Many years ago I visited Pompeii, on the Bay of Naples in Italy. It was something I’d longed to do since I was a child and saw in National Geographic the dramatic photos of the ruins of the city and, especially, the plaster casts of a mother and child, captured together forever in death. Those ash-protected forms, later filled with plaster to retain the shape, left an enormous impression on me. The mother and child, lying there as if they were taking an afternoon nap instead of sleeping the endless sleep of the earthly dead. Read the full story

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A letter to my 25-year-old self


jaletta albright desmond “Hello! In one month I’ll turn 25 which seems so old and young all at the same time,” began the Facebook email message. “But with turning 25, I feel like I’m analyzing my whole life and wondering what exactly it is that I’m doing with life. Which I am sure you all have experienced at some point. But to the point, I would like for you all to write me a letter to your 25-year-old self. Not a letter to me, but a letter to who you were at 25. Give yourself the advice that you wish you would have known.” Read the full story

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Waves – or a higher power – can offer an awesome ride


jaletta albright desmondI thought the ocean was trying to kill me.

Many years ago on a mid-winter vacation, I marched boldly with my boogie board into the Pacific waves — the waves of my youth — as if I had nothing to worry about. I mounted the board as the wave crested just under six feet and was promptly hurtled down into a two-ton spin cycle, like a pair of socks. I did a full somersault underwater, with my wrist still hooked to the board, which was cavorting like a riderless horse above the waves. I fought the immense weight of the water to push to the surface, not yet scared about my lack of oxygen but quite anxious over performing underwater gymnastics again. That’s how one cracks their head open or breaks their neck. Read the full story

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Celebrating the independent women of the military


 “Let the generations know that women in uniform also guaranteed their freedom. That our resolve was just as great as the brave men who stood among us. And with victory, our hearts were just as full and beat just as fast — that the tears fell just as hard for those we left behind.”

- Anne Sosh Brehm, 1st Lieutenant, US Army Nurse Corps, World War II

jaletta albright desmond My four-foot-eight-inch tall 89-year-old mother-in-law is a former U.S. Marine.
When she enlisted in Boston in 1949, “I cheated,” she admits. “They gave you a hospital gown, a ‘Johnnie,’ but it pooled on the ground because it was very long for me.” So she stood on her tippy toes to slip through the height requirement. When they realized she was too short, the U.S. Government gave her a waver because she could type about 65 words per minute and write 150 words per minute in shorthand.

In 1948, women were officially integrated into all United States Armed Forces. Pvt. Margaret Masters was in only the second class of women who entered as regular Marines, rather than Marine Reserves.

“They didn’t know what to do with us,” she said. “They knew they couldn’t treat us as harsh as the boys back in those days. We were only going to work in an office, not in the field like they do today.”

The recruitment poster aimed at women that captured her attention read, ‘Be a Marine. Free a Marine to fight.’ She agrees enlisting was a pretty unusual career move for an accomplished 25-year-old woman holding a private sector job that would now be called an Executive Secretary or Executive Assistant. Her boss refused to release her to join the military during World War II.

“He said he wouldn’t let his daughter go, so he wouldn’t let me go either.” But she kept pushing him after the war ended and picked the Marines, “because they were tough…and who looks better than the Marines in their dress blues? I wasn’t in long enough to get that. They didn’t have them when I went in.”

Margaret says her Catholic school education prepared her for her military service because, “Twelve years with the nuns…and the Marine Corp discipline was nothing. I was used to it.”

But, she says, men weren’t used to training women when she arrived at Parris Island for boot camp. The male drill sergeant wasn’t too happy about being assigned to drill a female platoon. “He would walk on the sidewalk so people wouldn’t know he was drilling the women. The other marines would say to him, ‘Your petticoat is showing…your petticoat is showing!’”

Marine No. 108 was assigned, along with most of the other women, to headquarters in Washington, DC. She served as secretary to the Speech Officer, where she assisted with writing speeches for generals, senators and, one time, President Harry S Truman. She loved the work.

She lived with two other women in an apartment off base because they didn’t have barracks for female Marines. That’s when, she says, she experienced discrimination for the first time in her life — as a Marine in uniform, leaving work and stopping on the way home to shop at stores or grab a bite to eat.

“People just looked right through you,” she said. “They ignored you. If you went in the military you were no good.”

No good? I didn’t understand. “You were only there to fool around with the men — that was the accepted opinion,” my mother-in-law explained. “Like you got to see them!” she added, scoffing at the misconception when, in reality, women and men were kept separate.

She said a sailor tried to break into the female barracks during boot camp and “he almost got killed. They must’ve clubbed him or something.” These women weren’t there to meet men.

Nearly 10 years ago we celebrated my mother-in-law’s 80th birthday, joining her when she visited the Women In Military Service For America Memorial at Arlington Cemetery. The rooftop terrace holds glass tablets, skylights, which are etched with quotes by and about women in service. To me, the poignantly worded tablets represent a glass ceiling of sorts, one being shattered by brave women who are joining brave men in helicopters, on ships, in the cockpit and on the battlefield. And these women are rising higher and higher in the ranks. Just this week, the US Navy promoted Michelle Howard to the rank of a Four-Star Admiral, a first in the Navy’s 238-year history and a milestone for women in the American military.

My mother-in-law wasn’t putting her life at risk the way women do now — and she says she couldn’t have even made it through the basic training women are put through today — but she used the tools available to her to chip away at that glass ceiling and show society, and herself, what women could do if they wanted to serve their country.

“I am very proud I was part of it,” the former Marine said. “There were times I was wondering what I was doing there but, other than that, I am very glad I did it.” She doesn’t think women should serve in combat because, “I’m very old-fashioned” but she does think “every teenager first year out of high school should have to go through boot camp…not go overseas…just go through boot camp because if you go through that, you are a changed person.”

This Independence Day I think about women such as my mother-in-law and how their independence led them to serve our country. Their independence has been an example of strength, courage, and commitment for my generation, the next one and, especially, those serving now.

“This award doesn’t have anything to do with being a female. It’s about the duties I performed that day as a soldier.”

- Leigh Ann Hester, Sergeant, Kentucky Army National Guard during Operation Iraqi Freedom, first female to be awarded the Silver Star for direct actions against an enemy force.

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The hopeful lessons of divorce


jaletta albright desmondThe most difficult journeys usually teach us the most important, life-affirming and self-defining lessons.

Over the past couple of years, I‘ve often felt as though I’ve been forced to stand at the front of the class like an ill-prepared substitute teacher who is suddenly asked at the last minute to teach the course on “Difficult Journeys.” However, last week I was able to sit back and learn from a different voyage taken by someone else. Read the full story

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