• Be Safe, Love Mom

  • A Military Mom's Stories of Courage, Comfort, and Surviving Life on the Home Front
  • Di: Elaine Lowry Brye
  • Letto da: Susan Boyce
  • Durata: 7 ore e 59 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 31 03 2015
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Sintesi dell'editore

When you enlist in the United States military, you don't just sign yourself up for years of duty - you also commit your loved ones to a life of service all their own.

No one knows this better than Elaine Brye, an army brat turned military wife turned military mom of four officers, each serving in a different branch of the military: air force, army, marine corps, and navy.

Brye's father and mother met while both serving in the US Army, and her childhood was that of a typical army brat, with frequent moves - some to faraway countries - dinner-table conversations full of military lingo, an ever-present anxiety during her father's deployments to Vietnam and elsewhere, and family vacations to national monuments and battlefields. In 1976 - the first year women were accepted in the service academies and ROTC - Brye herself enlisted in the air force, where she would later meet her husband, an air force pilot.

Now Elaine Brye is a mom to four military officers, and for more than a decade she's endured countless teary goodbyes, sparse communication from boot camps and training summers, deployments, emotional airport reunions, empty chairs at Thanksgiving dinners, and sleepless hours waiting for phone calls in the night. She's navigated the complicated tangle of emotions - pride, worry, fear, hope, and deep, enduring love - that accompanies life as a military mom.

In Be Safe, Love Mom Brye reflects on her family's military service and offers a lifetime's worth of insight, comfort, and wisdom and a bit of humor to fellow military moms who are navigating the unpredictable life that accompanies having a child - or children - in uniform.

©2015 Elaine Lowry Brye and Nan Gatewood Satter (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Robyn
  • 18 07 2017

Wish I'd have had this book years ago.

It is, at its core, a well crafted set of guidelines for mothers whose children are active duty military - both stateside and deployed - but beyond that, this book is a call for the support of our armed forces, and a reminder to the world that all military personnel are somebody's daughters and sons. It is written with the decorum and eloquence that only a military parent can provide. Thank you, to the author. I wish I'd had this book many years ago. And thank you for YOUR service and sacrifice.

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  • tonya
  • 16 05 2017

Wishing for more

The very robotic speech is taking away from the real life true feelings the writer is trying to express.

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  • Brenda Sensanbaugher
  • 05 03 2017

Siri reading a story?

I am highly disappointed in this audible narrative. As a new military mom, this book came highly recommended by other military mothers. When I seen Audible had it I was delighted as I could listen to it on my commutes. Unfortunately I couldn't get through 10 minutes of this because the narrator was awful! She sounds utterly robotic and it literally sounds like Siri on my cell phone reading me a book. I am out the money on this book as I will have to order it on Kindle or conventional book to truly enjoy it.

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  • Nicole
  • 22 11 2016

Struggling Army mom

My son has always wanted to follow in his grandfathers footsteps and join the military. Little did I know he would go through with it. Now I sit holding the phone, praying that he will just text me. He is an Infantry soldier. It was hard when my father was deployed to Afghanistan but the thought of my child....this is very difficult and keeps me up most nights.

Elaine has made me laugh, cry but staying glued to this book until I finished it....Elaine, this is the first book I have completely finished in years. Thank you for taking the time to help other with your kind words of wisdom.

I would definitely recommend this book to everyone, even if they have no ties to military life.

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  • Nou
  • 06 01 2016

Great story robotic narration.

Great book! Very informative for those connected to the military.

Too bad the narrator was very robotic.

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  • Dylan
  • 20 01 2017


This book has helped gain an understanding of what to expect as a military mom. It also reminds me to respect the military and what they do to defend our country.

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