21 October, 2010
20 October, 2010
About an hour later Fire Husband got home, and we headed for the hospital. When we got there all anyone knew at the time was that his ankle was broken, and he had broken a small bone in his neck. By the end of the night, we found out that he has 6 broken vertebrae, an broken ankle, and a broken rib.
He is having surgery on his spine tomorrow, and it's going to be a long recovery.
Other then that, things are good. We're looking forward to moving soon, so that's a big change, but we're ready and excited for it.
I've been working on my Etsy page, and trying to get more shoots booked as well.
I'm only 14 people away from 300 followers!! That makes me excited.
I'm also offering advertising space here on Live, Laugh, Love. If you're interested, please contact me!
Until next time.
12 October, 2010
See those buttons over there on the right?? That's right kids, I'm offering advertising now. Contact me by email to work out details. I can't wait to get my first sponsor!
11 October, 2010
07 October, 2010
So, I’m part of a group online called Wives of Faith. And in the last couple weeks they have also launched an online community. Wives of Faith is an amazing place to meet other Christian Military Wives, and really be able to connect with them.
One of the things that we do on Wives of Faith is Survival Sisters. You sign up and get matched with another military wife for 6 weeks. This semester of survival sisters started on 1october2010. And I have to admit that I was nervous at first, but all of that has been set aside now that I’m getting to know my survival sister, K. She’s just amazing. We have a great connection, and I look forward to each of her emails.
We are reading the book God Strong, by the founder of WoF, Sara Horn as part of survival sisters. Then we get a bunch of prompt questions to help us kind of break the ice. (but I have to admit that I don’t feel like K and I really need jumping off points)
A couple of the questions this week are “how long have you been a military wife? Share a little bit about your military experience so far. What’s been good? What’s been bad? What’s been hard?”
So, here are my answers to those questions. I’ve been a military wife for a year an 7 months (before that I was a military girlfriend for 3 and a half years. (Fire Husband and I have been together almost 5 years) For the most part it’s been a good experience since we’ve been married. Before we got married, that was a TOTALLY different story. I was very much on the outside looking in, and that’s not a great feeling, especially depending on the circumstance. Good parts have been getting involved in PWOC, making new friends, and getting back into my faith (all made easier by having base access) I must also say that I’m a happy kid that I can utilize the commissary and exchange. Makes life easier and cheaper, lol. The hardest thing I’ve ever gone through as a military SO was before we were married, when Fire Husband was deployed. It was our first deployment, I ended up loosing my job….it was just awful!
So, yeah, that’s the answers to those questions. I’ll get to the others later in the week…or later today since it’s totally 0344 and I should so be asleep!