The day he left in 2010.
Home for R&R 10 months later.
We are a military family, so much of the time we are normal and live a busy lives like much of you, but then there are times that we move a lot or even over oceans and far from our family, there are possible weeks, or months that we are away from our military member (my husband) and so times get tough and emotions will rise. We are (my husband and I) originally from the NW and miss it quite a bit, but I enjoy our travels too. What a way to explore, on the military's budget! Blogging was just a fun idea, so that all our family and friends can see what is happening in our lives.
My husband and I have know each other since we were both young teens. We got married when I was 19 and I moved to Hawaii, then 6 months later we moved to Italy. We had both our kids while stationed over seas in Italy, we were there for four years. We now reside in Georgia. Which is one of those places I will be glad to have just checked of the list. This is not really my cup of tea, at least not the area we live. Not much to do and much to hot for me. I am trying to do many things, at times I feel like I may have to much on my plate. But Blogging really helps me while my husband is gone and it is a good form of expression.
Thats all I can think of for now, if you have any questions let me know.