I’m a little late, but it’s better late than never! Right?
1. Have you and your spouse agreed to live in separate locations (a geographical bachelor tour) knowing that the short-term inconvenience would have long-term benefits for your family? How did it work for you? submitted by When Good People Get Together
We haven’t done that, except for deployment. Which we didn’t have a choice about. However, it did help us. Our communication is much better now. BUT! thank God deployment is almost OVER!!!
2. What is your favorite thing about being a MilSpouse? submitted by Sarah Ruth Today
Hey, that’s me! Hehe. Let’s see. My favorite thing would have to be the pride I have for my husband, who does so much to support me and fight for our country. I have become so much more patriotic than I already was since I became a MilSpouse. I hope that never changes.
3. If you could still have your spouse/significant other and your family, but take the military life out of it…would you? submitted by Trust. Love. Believe. Bake.
I don’t think I would. Being associated with the military has brought me into contact with some amazing people. It has put me through difficult situations, which have in turn made me stronger. I thank God for the military life.
4. What have your homecoming experiences been like after a year-long tour of separation? submitted by Army Soldier, Army Wife
Ask me next week. 🙂
5. If you have a child(ren) why you chose their name(s)? If not, why you would name your child something? submitted by Tiara’s & ACU’s
I don’t have any children that I have named. Hopefully soon! We will pick names that mean a lot to us.