The uplifting beat of Pharrel’s smash “Happy” could be heard throughout Kaena Community Center, here, March 19, as Island Palm Communities presented its much-anticipated Live and Learn 101 Festival.
With everything for our family spring break trip packed, we piled into our salt-hazed minivan and hit the road.
Although I don’t talk much about it any more, my husband and I raised a child with what has become known as “special needs.”
“The idea was to step out of the box and get some great resiliency training in,” said Sgt. 1st Class Ian Cutting, brigade mental readiness coordinator. “Instead of just the typical brigade run, we wanted to make it a fun event for family members, as well.”
What if family members evaluated us? How would your spouse or children evaluate you? How many of us would be rated above center mass or most qualified?