Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Here it is!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

New Blog!

I haven't started it yet, need to get through this batch of finals (is it just me or do I ALWAYS seem to be dealing with finals??!) but I will be starting a new one since a new chapter of our lives is beginning and with my debate on deleting facebook, I need a space to keep my friends and family updated with life and of course pictures of my monstrosity of a child! So keep an eye out for a link to that! And I promise, I will be more faithful this time! Just need to figure out this fun thing called balance!

Thanks for reading!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

But also makes you a terrible blogger!

I'm back for now. Probably going to need a new blog since we'll be welcoming our soldier home VERY shortly!

The move went as well as any move could go I guess. It took Amy and I 20 hours to get from Massachusetts to Clarksville with stops at West Point and DC. I don't think my tush is every going to be the same.

I am loving our new place, the proximity to post, and being with my girls again. Shane had a rough adjustment period paired with incoming 2 year molars made for a very tired and stressed momma last week.

Here are a few sneak peak pictures of the new house:

Once the hubs is home safe and sound and we've gotten settled, I'll post more of the new abode and of course homecoming pictures!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010

He's Okay

Sorry to leave everyone hanging.

Now that we are in the clear, I'd like to let everyone know my husband is going to be fine. He gave us quite a scare and we are very, very lucky that he's alive. It very easily could have gone the other way.

I'm not going to go into details until after the deployment is done because of OPSEC but for those of you who left encouraging words, thank you very much.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Call No Military Wife Wants...

And I got it.

I'm grateful he is alive.

The words med-evac just ring in my ears now.

We aren't 100% in the clear. He is under observation for a few days.

I still feel numb.