April 04, 2008


My husband deploys in about a month and I haven't given it any thought at all. In fact, it just now kind of hit me. We've been so wrapped up in trying to have a baby that we haven't had time to think about any other emotions. We haven't even talked about his leaving.

And all of a sudden, I am sad. I am really going to miss him while he's gone.

I went and read the things I missed about him last time he was gone. Ha, they're all still true. Mostly this time, I will miss his company. Last time, I had many good friends whose husbands were deployed with mine, but now...well, I don't have any friends here in town. All of my friends are internet-based, and when the husband won't be coming home at the end of the day, I fear time is going to drag.

But anyway, enough about that. My husband is signing out on block leave today, so tomorrow we're headed across the country to visit his parents before he deploys. And while everything is up to date in most of the city, they haven't gone as fer as they can go at his parents' house. My in-laws don't have internet access, so I will be taking a week off of blogging. Don't have too much fun without me...

Posted by: Sarah at 09:32 AM | Comments (5) | Add Comment
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1 Have fun! We'll all miss you

Posted by: Ann M. at April 05, 2008 07:08 AM (HFUBt)

2 I am thinking that I may need to come see you once your husband deploys so you can teach me to knit, I can take Charlie for walks, and we can work our way through some of your awesome cookbook collection. We could make some meals to put in your freezer for later, if nothing else. But, I SERIOUSLY need to learn to knit. Or, you could come here & teach me AND GBear to knit as we live so close. LOL Have fun @ the in-laws!!

Posted by: Guard Wife at April 05, 2008 09:24 AM (BslEQ)

3 Have a great time and a safe trip!

Posted by: Butterfly Wife at April 05, 2008 09:43 AM (K0acE)

4 Hey! I'm here in town too! We just have to drag our friendship off the internet for lunch or something when you get back. You can teach me how to knit

Posted by: Green at April 05, 2008 11:44 AM (6Co0L)

5 It's funny how our love and desire grows so strong for our spouses with each deployment. Civilians will never understand the strength and committment that develops. Look forward to his return and making your bond that much stronger.

Posted by: Vonn at April 15, 2008 07:00 AM (5ZDPj)

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