<3 I am missing a lot of those things too.
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This post made me cry Our deployment isn’t for a while, but we know it’s coming. When he deployed the first time, I missed the sound of the tea pot whistling with his morning tea. I missed it so much, that I taught myself to drink tea in his place. Prayers to you and your family!!!
This post brought up so many raw emotions for me especially with a possible deployment on the horizon. It’s true, they don’t ever get easier. Just know that you’re not alone! ((Hugs))
Having just lost my husband two months ago I know a lot about what goodbyes feel like. I am so sorry you’re having to experience so many, and with children too. Still, you must be so very proud of the man you’re married too. I don’t know him but I am so PROUD of the man he is, the husband and father he is. And you? You’ve got such courage, and I know it hasn’t come easily, that you have to dig down deep for it, have to exercise your faith and trust in the love you two have. Please know that I will keep your husband and family in prayer. I am proud of you too. You have a lot to be proud of. God bless you.
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I don’t think they get any easier, but I do think that, with each one, you learn how to handle them and yourself better. thinking about you and i hope you power through your upcoming deployment!
Aww I love this. I miss all those things too and more. We are in a weird pre-deployment season as we are waiting to hear if my husband has asthma or not and if his deployment will be cancelled because of it. It’s hard not knowing what’s going to happen. But I definitely agree with Jessica above, I don’t think it gets any easier, but you figure it out as each one comes and you take it in stride.
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I can’t imagine how you do what you do. I almost started crying as I read your post tonight. I miss all those little things when my husband is gone for the day or a weekend. It must be super hard to have to go through this for months on end. I’ll pray for you as you live day by day with your sweet hubby far away. You are an amazing woman of God. Thank-you for your sacrifice so that your husband can protect our country. Thank-you Ben for being willing to serve our nation. We appreciate it. I appreciate it!!
My fiance left 2 days ago for Afghanistan for a 8 month deployment. This is my first one and I am so happy you have this blog. I started a blog when he left for 4 weeks for his pre-deployment training, than when he got back from it I fell off the rocker with it since I wanted to spend evey minute I wasnt working with him. And well now I think its time to get back to my blog. But i love your blog and find it so helpful!
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