About Carol

Hello, my name is Carol.  I am a 45(ish) mom who tries to finish each day having accomplished something.  Even if it is just getting the dishes washed.  I grew up in a Connecticut suburb and went into to the Navy when I was 18.  Actually my mother signed me up when I was 17….take that as you will

I spent 20 years in the Navy as a Hospital Corpsman, and loved every minute, (except duty days).  My last command was HM-14 with MH-53 helicopters. I must say that was my favorite job in the Navy.  I loved the helicopters, the people and my boss.

I currently work as a Skin Care Specialist for a local Dermatologist, here in Southeast Virginia.  I have been there over 10 years and love my job!  I am able to make a positive impact in people’s lives by helping them feel better about their face.  That is a wonderful thing!

I have two biological sons, one Stepson and a step daughter.  I have been in a wonderful relationship with y beautiful partner Karol for 11 years, and am very happy.

In addition to blogging here, I also write at The Next Family, Ten to Twenty Parenting, and She Knows Media.  I have been featured on mom.me, Mombian, BlogHer, and have recently been invited to partner with PRI in a campaign to increase the visibility of women in media, Across Women’s Lives.

 

One Response to About Carol

  1. Hey Carol!
    I hope this message finds you well. My name is Chelsea Miele and I’m a Casting Producer for Kinetic Content and we are currently casting an Brand New Series for a cable network highlighting the new nuclear family! Our goal is to highlight the definition of blended families and how the word and the meaning has evolved. I came across your blog and thought I would give a try and reach out. I hope my message hasn’t offended you that wasn’t my intention.We are hoping to find amazing families with great stories! Feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have. My email is chelsea.miele@gmail.com.

    Thanks,
    Chelsea

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