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A Silent Rank

This entry was inspired by one I read on MilitaryOneSource. I couldn’t help but to do something similar. Deployments aren’t completely miserable! Well, let me re-phrase that: Deployments shouldn’t be viewed as completely miserable. Yes, being husband-less for months on end isn’t exactly the greatest thing in the world, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positives – blessings in disguise. As a military spouse, you have to learn to pull out the positives in everything, or you’ll be eaten alive.

I miss my husband: On the weekends. I miss being able to do yard work, have BBQ’s, play with the puppies outside, go into down, have date nights, go to the bars. Everything about the weekends make me miss him.

I love being alone because: Since Curt has been gone, we have saved so much money! I don’t go to dinner by myself and very rarely do I go…

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Military Bride is my view of the world from a veteran, spouse, and mommy perspective. I’m sure it’s going to be a bumpy ride, but I don’t mind sharing triumphs and tears with you. I joined the Military at the age of 21, and met my husband not to long after. We’ve been married a little over 3 years, and have a beautiful baby boy. My life has already gone through drastic changes, from getting out of the military, to becoming a mommy and going back to school. I look forward to sharing my experiences with you.

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