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Hey hi Danielle my name is Joseph and im single I am 26 looking for a girlfriend. Are U single Danielle? I am a church vollunteer, helper, usher full time pastors helper. Here is my cell phone number 732 908 6306. I live in new jersey.
 
Joe, she's married to a veteran and they both are attending college.  She has a blog on how they are living off of her husbands cost of living allowance from his G.I. Bill while he is in college.  She's happily married with children.  You're on the right track though, look for find a girlfriend in your church circle or while you are doing some of your favorite activities.  You'll eventually find someone.  Just take the time to establish a friendship first before you jump straight into a relationship.  That's why so many relationships fail because they are based upon a strong friendship first.
 
Danielle, I haven't figured out how to message people on Google+ but I wanted to let you know about this website.  I don't know if your husband suffered any injuries while he was in the service but if he's got any service connected injuries, etc., and is seeking VA compensation this website will help him in his claims process immensely.  It's a message board run by veterans that deals with VA claims and other issues.  Also, if you're husband is 20% or greater service connected through the VA or has a significant disability caused by his military service he qualifies for the Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation program.  He can sign up for it online at the VA's webpage, www.va.gov  Anyway, the program pays for books, tuition, supplies like notebooks, pencils, calculator, etc., each semester.  Also, they pay for anything that is required on the syllabus for the class or for his program.  In addition they will provide a computer, printer and any software like Microsoft Word that he will need while he is in college and will service the computers if anything happens, etc.  In addition to that they will pay for any testing or certifications that you need in the field you choose and also pay for the certifications that will make you more able to get a job in your chosen field.  In addition to this you also still get the monthly cost of living allowance.  The good thing about this program is that if for some reason your husbands service connected issues worsen down the road and he can no longer work in his former capacity they will enable him to go back to school and choose another career that doesn't interfere with his service connected disabilities.  Also, when you husband graduates they have a placement program where they are supposed to help your husband get a job in the field that his degree is in.  Also, if your husband hasn't already done so he needs to create a profile on www.linkedin.com and reach out to the numerous veterans and organizations that offer opportunities to veterans.  I hope that this information might be of use to you or someone else.
 
i wanted to share a recipe with you that i made.  try it and if you like it, and post it...  just put where you got it from.  :)
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Squares
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup melted coconut oil
1/2 cup honey
2 eggs
2 1/2 cups oats
1 tbs flax seed
1 teaspoon baking soda
In a bowl cream the peanut butter and coconut oil together, add the eggs, add honey, oats and baking soda.
Spread into a 9x13 very well greased cookie sheet with at least 1/2 in high edge.  Bake at 350 for 10-13 min until no longer soft ontop and slightly browning on edges.  Let cool for 10 minutes, and turn out onto a cutting board.  Cut with a long knife into squares. 
Enjoy.
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