Sunday, September 25, 2011

School time

It's finally here, tomorrow I start school. Im excited but also nervous..I don't think it's going to be to much of a task actually I think the hardest part is going to be being away from Cambria 10 hours a day. But I'm nervous that I may be underestimating it, I know the are quite a few exams and boards you have to pass and although I've always been a good student and learn really quickly I've also been out of school for 4 years . So we I'll see how I do, hopefully I catch right on and this helps this deployment zoom by.

Thursday wasn't the greatest day for me, I feel I push the fact that my husband is gone out of my mind so I don't have to deal with it. For the most part it works I know he's deployed but if I don't think about him being deployed it doesn't bother me instead I just know he's gone and will be back around this time but try not to dwell on it. However when something doesn't go according to plan that really needs to its like a huge slap in the face, your husband is not here your all by yourself. I don't think of myself as an extraordinarily strong women, I handle what I'm dealt with to the best of my abilities. But even the strongest person can only stay that way for so long, everyone has there breaking point and I certainly meet mine. Needless to say I know I'm not by myself and am more than thankful for the amazing family and friends I have especially to have two of the greatest sister in laws a girl could ask for.

Mrs. B-Dub

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

the new.

LIfe is a crazy ride of corse I don't have to tell you that Im sure you already know. Im happy to say that life for me right now is pretty freaking amazing with the exception of my husband deployed! I feel I have finally grown up, ditched the drama, face book, a few friends and starting today hopefully a few bad eating habits but in all I feel like a whole new women. I will be starting school on the 26th of this month to become a nail technician its a 4 month school so I should be graduating just before I need to pack up again and head back to north carolina to welcome my amazing husband home again..

The deployment is a little over 2 months in and isn't too bad, on me that is. The hubby isn't doing the greatest so myself and his mother are doing everything in our power to make it as comfortable as possible. We spoil him. :) Cambria is growing at an alarming rate since we've been here she's gained nearly 3 pounds and grown 2 inches and is now even taller on the percentage scale then she has been practically her whole life. Not only that but her vocabulary is boomin' I swear everyday there is a new word. she says almost all of her colors, can count to 3, tries to sing the abc's, itsy bitsy little spider,patty cake. knows 8 dogs by there names(my parents have three, the in laws have 5) will tell you what dogs,cats,bears and sometimes cows say(woof,mow,roar,moo) AND I am super proud to say she has gone poop on the potty twice and is starting to tell me when she has to go haven't gotten a successful pee yet but we'll get there, she also says thank you correctly. It's crazy watching her learn so quickly while I hate that her daddy isn't here I am fortunate to be able to be with her at least until I start school.

Mrs. B-Dub