Monday, December 28, 2009

Changes around the corner

Well a couple of changes right of the back... I have started attending College classes thanks to the Army, with the finanical help of what a great program $6000 for school for the spouse of a solider. I have gone back to school to be a social worker. I'm recharged and motivated!
I also started another blog" Recession Army Wife " You got to love the name and its a perfect fit. My big picture goal will be to turn this into a book later in life, away for me to express my life as it changes so check it out and help me get followers!
Another big one for me Is I have jumped head first into this Army lifestyle, I'm volunteering and helping with everything I can get my hands into... I'll give you the volunteer update tomorrow and info on how to get started if you would like!

Monday, December 7, 2009

Things Have Changed

Gosh Let me first say, it has been so long since I have posted but I'm going to try to get back with it... I feel that I have finally accepted that I'm an Army Wife! We hit our 1 year mark! On one note it was a big step for me. He had so many changes over the year and it has taken alot to get used to. But I have!
I got involved and this is a big thing that I want to recommend for everyone!!!
Get involved in your husbands unit and learn about the Army and what it all has to offer you and your family

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Our Troops good to see pictures like these.

It is always good to see pictures like these.
Proof of abuse by our Troops. (haha)
The people really love our guys and gals!

Armed American Troops Force Iraqis to Seesaw Until They Talk!

Iraqi Child Bites GI In Self Defense After Obvious Torture!

GI Overheard to say 'Talk or I'll tickle you till you pee!'More Evidence Of Failed US Intelligence Policy.

Soldier Attempts to Eat Iraqi Child !

Clear Evidence of Forced Labor by Troops!

Soldier Caught At 'Tickle-Torture' To Extract Intelligence!

GI Forces Iraqi Child To Hang By Fingertips!

No comment here. There's nothing funny about this one.
May the good Lord bless every one of our troops wherever they are!


Please send this on after a short prayer!
Prayer wheel for ourMarines, soldiers, sailors,coast guard, and airmen..

'Dear Heavenly Father,Hold our troops in your loving hands.Protect them as they protect us.Bless them and their familiesfor the selfless acts they performfor us in our time of need.Please stop a moment and say a prayer for our troops(land, air, and sea) inAfghanistan, Kuwait ,Iraq and all around the world.

This can be very powerful.....Just send this to people in your address book.Do not stop the wheel,please !!!Of all the gifts you could give ourU.S. Military,Prayer is the very best one!

God will Love You for helping Spread His Word. ...I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Phil 4:13

Saturday, February 28, 2009

The ORDERS are in!!!

Alright, this is the big step... We are moving!! Too the SNOW (OMG)

It looks like the end of May my hubby will be stationed at Fort Carson CO.
So we will beable to move with him this time around. I have been told this will be an adventure. We will see, Im born and raised California so to live in the snow will be a shocker. Our kids are so excited our teenage thinks he is going to find a "snow bunny" and our daughter thinks she can bring a snowman to life. we will see!

Graduation was wonderful

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Almost Graduation

Well, it seems like it has been forever but I know it has not. My hubby will be graduating from Boot Camp NEXT WEEK!!! We are so excited and so proud of him. Me and the kids will be flying out to South Carolina to watch and take part in the graduation.

Although the next 5 months will be just as hard at least I will get to talk to my man, we have not talked to him since Jan. 2 its just killin me, you don't realize how much you miss and need to hear there voice. I will tell you, I have gotten some wonderful letter from him.

He was able to come home for Christmas which was wonderful here is a current pictures of us, I will post some more after graduation