Tuesday, October 15, 2013
3 Ways to Encourage with Dinner
October 13, 14, and 15:
Dinner plans when the military service member is away can often be hit-or-miss for a busy spouse, especially when she's doing it all with the kids' schedules, working part-time or full-time, or both!
Here are three unobtrusive ways to help your military spouse friend out with her dinner plans.
1. Invite her over, old-school. (If she already started her dinner, have her bring it over like a potluck.)
2. Make dinner and take it over to her house.
3. Give her a gift card to her favorite restaurant so she can go out on a day she doesn't feel like cooking.
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