This will be my last blog post for this blog.
I would like to apologize for neglecting this blog and all the army spouses out there. My husband got out of the Army in 2014. He enjoyed his time as a United States Army Solider, but he had other plans. I am so thankful for the experience of being an Army spouse and getting to meet many other wonderful people.
We moved to Fort Hood in August 2011 and my husband deployed in October 2011. I didn't know anyone. I was ALL alone. I cried, scream, and cried some more. It didn't do any good. I know what it feels like to be alone and wanting to be near your spouse. I know what it feels like to wait by the phone or computer for a call. I know what it feels like when someone (news) tell you stories of something terrible happening near your soldier. I know what it feels like when you're on the phone with your spouse, while he/she is deployed, the call drops and you don't hear from them for hours, days, or weeks. Remember to always stay strong. Some days will be rough, but you have to keep going. I have all the faith in you.
If you ever need someone to talk to please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you so much for reading.