Summer Wedding. Summer Love: Romantic And Memorable Ways Of Celebrating A Wedding Anniversary

Have you found that one who you are ready to spend a couple of forevers with?  I am blessed to say that I married my someone on July 23, 2005.  Marriage surely takes work! But marrying into a military family requires a new role with a new level of unpredictable situations. A military spouse typically learns to adapt to changing schedules, create ways to make life work, while doing some complaining on the side.  I would be remised if I told you, “I don’t complain.”  Because I have complained a lot since being Married to The Navy, there has been plenty of tears shed because things didn’t go Continue reading “Summer Wedding. Summer Love: Romantic And Memorable Ways Of Celebrating A Wedding Anniversary”

5 Tips To Surviving A Long Distance Relationship

Surviving a long distance relationship has been a difficult challenge for both Chief and I. You may think after 13 plus years it gets easier, it doesn’t! Over time and with each separation, you grow in all aspects (I am thankful for growth). You learn ways to make difficult times work with each separation. Many military families can attest to that. The picture represents our first deployment as a married couple. And boy was it an experience!  Continue reading “5 Tips To Surviving A Long Distance Relationship”