I am so sorry you’re having to deal with this…the kids and husband too. It’s got to be one of the roughest things in the world, the many goodbyes, the unpredictability of the Army, the being apart for such long periods of time. It is good that you have things you will be able to focus on. Having a plan is always helpful, even in stressful situations. Well, actually especially in stressful situations. When I think back to the most painful trials in my life I find the ones I handled the best were the ones I had planned ahead for. I pray for our service men and women every day- for their families too. Feel free to email me any time if you need some extra TLC. I’m sure you have a wonderful support system, just offering a bit more should the need ever arise.
Best wishes always.
Barb recently posted..Odds & Ends
We’re not close to one, we’re currently in the middle of our “Asian Vacation,” as i’m lovingly (barf) calling it. I’m focusing on me, staying busy, making some DECENT friends (I somehow got an amazing start the week after he left, I can’t thank these girls enough), and travel. Oh, and finally finishing school.
I’m going through one now. I’m focusing on my kids and my writing.
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It’s so hard when the deployment is looming.
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