I am a Christian all of the time. I am not concerned with whether you think I am Christian enough or religious enough. I am enough; destined for greatness and unapologetic.
Many people are putting a lot stuff and things on their credit cards. They are trying to impress, influence, or persuade someone that they care or that they have more dollars than they really do.
Don't get me wrong, I will purchase a few gifts, however I will not...
As the former Governor of California said, "Inaction may be the biggest form of action." The choice to not take action or to delay action will cost you at some point.
On Thanksgiving day, I am accustomed to large gatherings of folks who eat too much, laugh really loud, lie about their athletic prowess, watch football, and play board games. We simply enjoy being in one another's presence. At least for a few hours......until someone sucks the fun out of the room. I am curious about your Thanksgiving tradition. What do you do?
The Thanksgiving holiday was my late mother's and mine favorite time of the year. She would have turkey, ham, duck, collard greens, Mac n cheese, potato salad, corn bread stuffing, and all types of deserts in the dining room and kitchen. I enjoyed watching her prepare plates for people to eat. People all over my hometown knew that they could get a good meal at my mother's house.
Sometimes I close my eyes and listen closely to my memories of her laughter filling every space in the house with...
The Bronco Strong book was featured in The New Tri-State Defender. Phyllis R. Dixon submitted a positive review titled, 'Army veteran’s memoir tells story of Army life in a combat zone.'
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Brought to you by Angela M. Odom, a retired Army colonel turned solopreneur
After retiring from the greatest Army on the planet, getting my son settled in our new, more stable environment, and starting a personal development training company, I felt compelled to share my Soldiers’ stories. ‘BRONCO STRONG: A Memoir of the Last Deployed Personnel Services Battalion’ depicts support Soldiers grinding out a 15 month extended deployment in Iraq amidst the chaotic backdrop of the complexity of change.
I attempt to answer the longing questions of daily life in Iraq during the Iraqi Surge……..
It’s a fact that an overwhelming majority of Americans killed or physically...
Retired US Army Colonel Angela M. Odom shares the story of her time in Iraq and the brave men and women she led as a battalion commander.
In her stirring memoir, Bronco Strong, Angela M. Odom, a personnel services battalion commander, recounts daily life as a Soldier in an active war zone during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Odom came into command of the 15th Personnel Services Battalion in 2006, and immediately they were deployed to Baghdad via Kuwait. The Soldiers under her command had proved themselves before in the same theater of war. But things had changed in their time at home, and now they found themselves walking into a living nightmare.
The Soldiers of Task Force Bronco bravely endured, fulfilling their monumentally difficult support tasks throughout a grueling fifteen-month extended deployment. But things didn’t always go according to plan.
Angela M. Odom was given a huge challenge and...