Sunday, May 18, 2008

Light at the End of the Tunnel

It's now been 11 months and two weeks. Even though time has suddenly slowed down, I think that this deployment might really end. We're PCSing to Germany when he gets back, so there's a lot of action that will take place once he's home and so much to look forward to. It's kind of funny how we're planning such major life changes (a move out of the country and pregnancy) via email and instant message but you get used to it. my husband and I have adapted pretty well by using the Tony Soprano philosophy of life-"Whaddaya gonna do?" I mean, what can you do anyway? You just have to keep going and do the best you can under the circumstances.

4 comments:

My boys are Army Brats said...

I'm so glad that your hubby will be heading home in a few months. Mine is supposed to be gone but got sent to BNCOC instead and now has to late and catch up with his guys. I was really hoping this 15 month thing would just be a time frame and not really happen. That's just so dang long!

T said...

Wow! Big changes for you! Good luck with the move and the baby. It is nice to know that deployment is over for SOMEBODY! :)

jlc said...

Just passed by your blog and found it interesting. :)


Congrats on him coming home soooo soon. And Germany?! That's fabulous! I hope we get PCS'd to somewhere in Europe when he comes back.

Anyhow, good to see lights at the end of the tunnel and that the ending truly DOES exist. ;)

jlc said...

are you in germany right now?? i really wish you'd keep blogging.. we never forgot about you ...