Post # 1
I just want to give you huge kudos for doing what you do. Apparently I can’t last a week with Darling Husband being 2 hours away, I can’t imagine how you guys do it. It’s wonderful that there are such strong women!!
Post # 3
Thank you!! I am so proud and honored to support my hubby in his dream of serving the American people. He gets so happy and teary at the thought that he gets to be a part of serving and providing freedom — I love it. Being a mil spouse has it’s own set of challenges, but it also has it’s own incredible joys. 🙂
Post # 4
My fh is just finishing up his first month of a six month deployment (although, its the army so who knows if it will run longer)
Thanks for the kudos. I am proud as punch of Mr. Oneeleven. Although I am scared that now that Canada has “pulled out” of the war that there might be fall out from that.
I just can’t wait until he gets home and we get married and start a family.
Post # 5
Thank you!! Things like this post mean a lot.. JJ is just a month away from finishing up a yearlong deployment with the army in Iraq, and it hasn’t been easy, but it’s been rewarding, for us individually and for our relationship as well.. I can’t wait for him to come home next month, to celebrate our marriage in November, and to start a family someday.. And I am so super proud of him it’s ridiculous, I just beam when I see pictures of him over there doing what he does.. But I really feel honored when people acknowledge the mil spouses and what they go through as well, so thank you again, it really is appreciated 🙂
Post # 6
Thanks 🙂 As a former Navy girl marrying a Navy man stuff like this means a lot 🙂
Post # 7
thanks so much…
I am engaged to a Navy man who was injured in Iraq… he is home now, but when he was gone, I was going stir crazy…. 🙂
Post # 8
@soon2bhis:Awww. We’ve been together through 2 deployments (he’s done 4), but we’ve got a year + without any, and we’re super appreciative to have that time together!