I'm posting this because I've gone through two deployments with my husband when he was in the Navy. He just got out recently, and we have friends that we left behind that are now going on the ship's final journey.
This was part of the newsletter that the Navy wives and family get. It means a lot to me to read something like this. Often times I get to stand silently while my husband is personally thanked for his service by crowds of people. And alone, he thanks me for my strength, commitment, and for all the struggles we shared together while being in the Navy. He knows, like any military couple knows, how important both sides of the equation
I has stolen this from another journal... yes.
1) Are you really ready for 111 questions?
No. But I am not ready for sleep.
2) Where are you taking this test at?
3) Was your last real relationship a mistake?
The relationship before my husband may not have been a mistake, for it played a part in motivating me to make some life changes that led me to where I am today.. I am in a better place now :)
4) Who did you last say "I love you" to?
5) Do you regret it?
Much less than even a little bit. I do not regret saying that to him at all. lol
6) Have you ever been depressed?
7) Are you a boy or girl?
I'm a l