Well girls my spouse deployed this past thursday and I amazingly I am doing pretty good after a 4 year break on shore duty. Thursday in morning my husband and I drudged throu the nice slushy wet snow to the Restraunt here on base. For people that know me here know why I wasnt driving. You here dont Because I dont have my license because of a severe brain injury from when I was two. So while hes gone I rely on the bus system that comes here on base while our 2007 Honda Crv sits in the Garage. Wouldnt want to drive that car because its cursed anyway.
Okay crossing the main street well people around here drive like a**holes, well road hogs cant even wait for there own shipmates that are trying to cross the street. So fastforward like an hour and all the guys got on the bus I stood there waving as he waved back from his seat. Me and my friend the few veterans of the boat that were there talked while the more newer at this stood there falling to pieces. After they left (the buses) well me and my friend gave the Newbies hugs and let them know about the FRG.
I have not fallen to pieces yet but do miss him at night. I am busing taking care of the cats well ones depressed and his nicknamed his "Prozac" thats his cat and the other cat the girl "Valium" is going bonkers looking for her Daddy which is strange thats my cat. But she normally high maintenance so whats New anyways.
Maybe as the deployment goes further down I might be more affected but right now I am going to remain strong. Though on an interesting note I found out while my cycles are so wacky apparently I havent been ovulating so she put me on Provera. If I have two good cycles my new GYN ( I love her) will start stimulating my ovaries before he gets back so we can start trying again when he gets back! I can hear a WHO HO!