Monday, May 30, 2011

I'm not sure..

Okay, I'm not sure if this is a vent or if I'm just upset.
So, My husband made 2nd class and a people just stopped talking to me.
It's kinda annoying, I won't lie.
I really thought these couple people were people I could turn too...
Apparently NOT!
I got really close with these couple girls, then all of a sudden my husband makes rank and they turn their backs on me.
...I honestly have NO idea what to think.

To be honest, I'm glad I have negativity OUT of my life.
People that hate themselves will always try and bring the ones with the perfect life down :)
That may make me sound concieted, but I know I have a perfect marriage, the perfect husband and a perfect little boy :)

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Okay that's not creppy or anything...

Okay, so a friend of mine's post made me what to go look at my stats, and let me tell you...
I've got readers from all different countries, I can't admit I'm 100% comfortable with this either.
I know what your looking for, and sorry you're not going to find it here, ya creepos.
I have quite an audiance from Iran, yeah...exactly.
I won't lie..I just locked down my facebook, and it's as hidden as Ft. Knox.
And, guess what I'm not afraid to do it with this either...seriously. 
I'm going to share something BRILLIANT it's called OPSEC
Whoever decided we need it was a brillaint person. In idiot's tems it means
In Military terms (and spouse terms)
  • Operations security (OPSEC) is a process that identifies critical information to determine if friendly actions can be observed by adversary intelligence systems, determines if information obtained by adversaries could be interpreted to be useful to them, and then executes selected measures that eliminate or reduce adversary exploitation of friendly critical information.
I love my husband with everything I am, so there's NO WAY IN HELL I WILL BE PUTTING HIM IN ANY KINDS OF DANGER!!!

Friday, May 27, 2011


Please excuse the fact that I haven't been around latley.
These past few days have been hell.
Wensday night I was in the ER with my little man who had a temperture at 103 and just throwing up insanely.
So I was in the ER from 10:00pm-1:30am =/ They look blood, they took urine (by cathather, which I was FURIOUS about!) and then xrays of his chest. He was miserable.
No mother likes seeing her baby sick.
He's been feeling a little bit better, but he's still not back to himself, just yet.
So, momma has been exhautsed with having a sick baby.
I'm just hoping he gets to feeling better and soon.
On a higher note, today my hubby got frocked to E5 :) I am so proud of him. I just wish I could've been there.
(For non military readers, frocked means pinned to a higher rank)

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Can I just say..

Today has been the BEST day! =)
Okay, well first I get a call at 1:15 this morning from an 'unknown' number.
And I just knew instantly who it is, the love of my life <3Our phone call lasted 45 minutes!
We just talked about anything and everything. And the phone call was actually clear.
Normally, it's super delayed and you can barely here anything! We got to talk about the E5 exam, and I asked him did he think he was going to make it.
his response was "if i do, i do, if i don't i don't, i've got 3 more years to do it!"
Of course, typical guy response! Well results were released first thing this morning....
And I wake up to this email, and I quote...
"baby, guess what guess what guess what i did it i did it i did it!"
expect that it was all in caps! LOL
I am SO proud of him, he deserved this! =)
Only 40 people in his rate made E5 and he was one of them! =)
My whole day has been excitement =)

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Honestly, I haven't had a lot to write about, besides for the fact that I have been SUPER down.
I am SO over this underway and deployment, and deployment hasen't even started.
I just want my husband to myself! Our son needs his daddy =/
So, dear underway JUST END ALREADY!
I'm tired of waking up alone. I'm tired of going to bed alone. I'm tired of eating alone.
Gosh, I feel like a baby.
Found this quote, and it explains exactly how I'm feeing today...
Exactly. I'm missing everyhing about him.
Hell, today I've been missing him so much I sprayed his colougne on myself and I'm wearing some one his deodorant
(he buys a stick just for me, just for this reason! lol)
I started feeding our little many baby food. HE LOVES IT! =)
It's so sad for me though, my babyboy is growing up, I kinda wish he'd stop!
When daddy is home for good, then he can start growing again.
He's missing everything and it breaks my heart! =/ 
Tonight is just going to spent relaxing with little man, then once he goes to bed. It's Army Wives time!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Have to share my excitment!

So, my husband has been SUPER busy this underway!
 So he hasen't had much time to email, which has made me SUPER down.
But last night at about 12:30am, I got an email <3 And enclosed was a picture
Now, that oh so handsome sailor in the middle, is my amazingly gorgeous husband <3
Now, I had already seen this picture on the ship's facebook. They love to take pictures for the family back home to see.
Now, I knew that man was my husband, but I didn't wanna get to excited and then feel like a complete idiot when it wasen't!
But sure enough it is =)
It brighted up my day real quick. I've been missing him oh so badly these past couple days.
I'm not sure if it's the icky rain that's making me so down or what!

Saturday, May 14, 2011

You know your a military spouse when...

Okay, Haven't been around latley, Been keeping busy with my little man and friends =)
But here's a pretty awesome thing I found =)

You know you're a Military Spouse When.....

+ You don't mind a phone call waking you up at 4 a.m.
+You have a mini heart attack when you realize you forgot to take your phone in the bathroom with you :)
+ You tell people that ask that he's 'only' been gone a month.
+ The smallest contact (short email or 2 minute phone call) from your man makes your entire week!
+ You cry over an email that says nothing more than hey- I love you and I miss you.
+ Those recruitment commercials on TV make you cry because you are so proud! 
+ You're sitting at home and you realize that you haven't talked to your boyfriend/hubby (on the phone) in over a month.
+ You become heartbroken just knowing that your boyfriend/hubby tried to call but wasn't able to get through. 
+ You stop shaving above the knees.
+ A 30 second phone call after no calls from him for weeks leaves you full of joy and happiness. 
+ "No news is good news" becomes your motto.
+ You could wait forever for your loved one to return home into your arms.
+ You feel yourself growing more and more in love with your military man even while he's so far away. 
+ You hold off on seeing certain movies so you can see them with your military man when he comes home. 
+ YOU WANT TO ROLL YOUR EYES WHEN YOU HEAR SOMEONE SAY, "I haven't seen my boyfriend/girlfriend or hubby/wife in a week!".
+ You can go from being happy, to sad, to lonely, to angry, to proud, and back to happy in a matter of less than an hour. 
+ You sleep with the phone right next to you, just in case. 
+ The people at your work ask about your boyfriend/hubby every day to see if you've heard from him. 
+ The sight of any other man in a uniform makes you miss your boyfriend/hubby MORE than it makes you drool. 
+ You feel lucky for each second granted to the two of you. 
+ Phone kisses are just as good as the real ones if not better. 
+ You realize you can forgive your boyfriend/hubby for not calling you for a few weeks due to the fact he really had to work.
+ Your cell phone shows 87 screens full of the number 2 for "repeat message" after you hear he left you a voice mail because you missed his first and only call so far! 
+ Going 3-6 months without seeing your man seems like a drop in the bucket compared to what you have been through before. 
+ You haven't heard from them in awhile and you find yourself reading the old letters you have received. It's just something comforting to feel close to him in a way. 
+ You don't bat an eyelash when he say's "Uh, Honey they changed when I'm supposed to return home, yet again (for the 18th millionth time)". 
+ Everytime you see him it feel's like it's for the first time all over again...EVERYTIME.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Being MIA

I've been down for the count latley, not even a week after my husband left I ended up with the flu.
It NEVER fails that it ALWAYS happens, everytime he leaves. So I'm stuck with a 5 month old on my own, oh what a life of a Navy Wife! Oh, and to top it off he's come down with something as well. Luckily, his is just conjestion and it's began breaking up. And I'm started getting over my flu. Yay!
It's mothers day, and I really wish my husband was home. I did get 3 red roses yesturday, and when I asked him why there are 3, he said because we have 3 in our family.
I thought about making a joke to him about "so to get a dozen, should we plan for 9 more kids"
That would've been a nice laugh for him.
I've been really down latley, because of deployment sneaking up really soon.
I'm not ready for him to leave for months on end. Now a lot of people would ask
"if you're not prepared why marry military"
Now, that's a dumb question. Your NEVER ready for them to leave, whether it's for a day, a week, a month, or a year. And what I'm about to say is going to puzzle some people, I didn't marry a Sailor, I married a man who happens to be a Sailor! It's true, I fell in love with my husband, NOT his uniform (I mean don't get me wrong, my husband looks damn sexy in his uniform though!)
 I'll be by his side, long after the Navy is out of our lives!