I came across your husbands blog, and I must say, his blog and yours are probably two of my favorites. You both keep it real, and how it really is, not the TV version that everyone thinks military life is. I know you do this for you two, and not for anyone else's praise, but thank you both for being a breath of fresh air.
Thanks girl, I appreciate it. We wouldn’t be doing this if we had another choice. It’s been rough, but true love can conquer anything. xo
It’s been almost nine months since you first left me. Every single day has been bitter sweet. Bitter for the fact that I yearn for your physical presence. Sweet for the fact that after this is all over, I know that we will live happily ever after. At first I was scared, for numerous reasons; safety, lack of conversation, and keeping our relationship alive. I’m not scared anymore. I’ve realized that you are the strongest man I know and some could say, invincible. I can talk to you frequently and I feel as though our love grows stronger everyday that we are away from each other. It’s been a pretty remarkable journey. It’s a year that we will want to remember because it will be the greatest accomplishment of our lives. Yet, it’s a year we will want to forget due to the immense depression and separation anxiety that both of us have faced. We only have a little over two months until the deployment is over and we can be in each other’s arms forever. I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything in the world. Saying “YES” to marrying you and knowing that I needed to be here for you this year in a time of war, was the most rewarding decision I have ever made. There will be nothing we can’t overcome as a couple after this. I’d wait forever for you…
Please help out another Army couple that are friends of ours, he is deployed with Justin and she is a sweetheart. View the video via the link and rate it 5 stars. Today is the last day for voting and they are trying to win a dream wedding:) Thanks!