Wednesday, October 13, 2010


I can understand a little bit why people say the 2nd trimester is the best. I hardly feel pregnant. I am not as tired as I have been and because I haven't been as tired I finally got caught up on all the things that needed to get done around here. I swear my washing machine was running for 8 hours straight. And everything has been folded and put away. My floors are vacuumed and mopped. My house is clean and I managed to make dinner yesterday! Ahhhh....The accomplishments of a housewife. My life is a little boring. But I am happy to be here.

I had a little breakdown the other day with the hubs. I am having a hard time adjusting to life here. Not that I don't like it here, but I just am feeling useless. And on my walk with J we got to talking about my job search and how it's going and how I am liking being here and I started crying. Missing home, missing my family and friends, missing being a productive member of society =) weighs on me. And my hubs, being the sweet idiot that he is offered to let me move back home. I would have a job, I would have family and friends, but I would be missing something pretty important. Him. And I would rather be sad here than lonely without him. Home is where my heart is and my heart is with my husband. I am a Navy wife. A this is is part of my life as a Navy wife.

God has a plan. I know he does. I'm just not sure what it is yet.



♥Miss Brittney♥ said...

I've been going through the same thing the last three months and I totally feel ya! I was going crazy here without a job and only a few friends, but most of all I miss my family. :( Things are a little better now that I got a job, but I'm still pretty home sick and it gets to me that I'll be missing all the holidays with my family for the first time this year. :( But you're right, this is just another day in the life of a navy wife! So we have to suck it up and be strong for our hubby's and for ourselves. :) Hope your feeling better soon!!

dez molloy said...

Hello Sweet Niece,

I understand the feeling of being far from home, a military wife and expecting a little one. Know that your family is praying for you and loving you even though you are a few (100) miles away. Remember to lean on Jesus always and He will guide your path. Get to know Him even better by reading His word. Now, go out and affect someone in the positive way that you do. You are His hands and feet. I love and miss you, Auntie D