Honeymoon in Baghdad
by Heidi Radkiewicz
Pub Date 06 Jun 2017
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Heidi Radkiewicz’ Honeymoon in Baghdad explores the challenges and joys of a new marriage beset by the horrors of war. Beyond the usual complications of limited closet space and awkward dinners with the in-laws, National Guard recruits Heidi and Jake learned that they were both shipping off to Iraq mere weeks after tying the knot. In the months that followed, intense heat, mind-numbing boredom, and the ever-present danger of roadside bombs and murderous insurgents forged this pair into a team that can take on the world. Written with grace and humor, Heidi’s account of this formative period in her young marriage is a lesson in the unwavering power of faith, hope, and finding joy in unexpected places. From bucket showers to palm-sized water beetles, Heidi’s message is clear: hold tight to the people you love, take comfort in the man by your side, and keep a look out for anything that can make you smile. Through the grace of God, adversity can pull you closer together.
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About the Author:
Army Veteran Heidi Radkiewicz was born and raised in rural Iowa and now resides in the Chicago area where she is a stay at home mother and wife. She enjoys taking care of her family, working out, health and nutrition, having fun with her Belgian Malinois, reading up on politics, and traveling around the country with her family in their RV.