A year and a half into our marriage my husband decided to join the Air Force, a decision I supported with my full heart. But even with my undying support, I was saddened the day he left for his new-found career path. This post is for all those ladies feeling the distance between themselves and… Continue reading To the Milspouse Feeling the Distance.
Last time you saw your spouse was probably at BMT graduation. Luckily, during his time at tech school, you two have probably been able to talk on the phone, or if you are one of the lucky ones you have been able to facetime. My husband’s squadron at tech school lacked Wi-Fi and decent… Continue reading Visiting Your Spouse at Tech School!
Hello, all you amazing Milspouses! You made it through your spouse being away at BMT. You thought this day would never come, didn’t you? Trust me; I know the feeling. After surpassing the halfway mark of the BMT countdown, you could ask me how many days till I would see my husband, and I… Continue reading BMT Graduation, The Wait is Over.
When my husband and I moved to our first duty station (FDS), we moved from SLC, Utah, a sprawling city, to Mountain Home, Idaho, a cozy small town located about 45 minutes from Boise. Before moving, I was on the path to graduate college, and I had a small content writing gig. But I was… Continue reading To the Military Spouse Missing Home.
You have gotten through the goodbye; now it’s time to do what we do best as military spouses, hurry up and wait. You may be on pins and needles knowing that your spouse could call at any time with his address. Online you can find a template for their address that you can fill out… Continue reading The Countdown Begins
Well, the moment you have been dreading for the last little while is here. You are probably asking yourself, what now? How am I going to survive this? I remember dropping my husband off at MEPS the night before he left and dreading having to leave him. I bawled through the entire last meal we… Continue reading The Goodbye Before BMT.
I don’t think I can even begin to describe how much I miss you since I have moved away. I miss our Wednesday morning coffee dates, our spontaneous adventures, all the times we said we were going to go hiking and of course that one time we actually did lol 😉. You always made me… Continue reading To the Bestie I left Back Home.
I have been a mil-spouse since April of 2018. My husband and I tied the knot in October of 2015 without a clue of where his career would lead us. At that time, he had been working as a car salesman and I worked in a retail job I detested. We were young when we… Continue reading Where It All Began