a Call to Duty


When you are a military family, you don’t question orders. 

There is a chain of command to follow.  Orders are handed down to the foot soldier and requests are passed up to the Commander. 

My soldier has always followed the orders given to him. He has been doing so for more than 24 years.



Today as a military spouse – I’m stepping in.


I’m sending a request up to my soldier’s boss   –   The Commander in Chief. 

A letter that asks our President to honor our brave military families who answer his call to duty by answering ours in return.

Light The White House Blue.  


1 in 88 military kids are depending on him.  


Please join me in this call for action. 

It is a critical necessity that we create opportunities for conversation about autism in our communities across the globe.   

>>Click here to read my letter to President Obama and leave a comment in support of Lighting The White House Blue!<<


As the proud military wife to a tireless soldier and mom of two incredible kids – 

I thank you for your time.




[Editor’s note: A heartfelt thank you to Jess, author of Diary of a Mom who began this quest for all of us.]




About Rachel Kenyon

Rachel Kenyon is an Aspie, Advocate and single mom of two beautiful babes - The Boy (11) and RM (8). The Boy is a Legomaniac and RM is a kick-ass diva with Autism and 4q Deletion Syndrome. View all posts by Rachel Kenyon

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