I got a job!

It’s been about 2 years since I been working. I thank God that I had the opportunity to stay home with my daughter in the last months of my pregnancy until now that she is 18 Months old. Of course I’m going to miss our special bonding time but it’s time for me to be more focused on my career. I start substitute teaching tomorrow. I’m excited and nervous, But it’s time!

"I am not happy. I am not unhappy. I am frozen somewhere in the middle that is so much worse. I am nowhere. Nothing is happening and I am getting more and more sad."
-Samantha Schutz (via oneofakindprincess)
vanchaswolfcub: On Base/ Off Base: I say live on base at first. My husband and I PCS'ed to Ft Hood and made the mistake of living off base first. We have a lot of problems with these apartments. Plus if you live on base your rent, energy, and water all are paid. You'd only have to pay for internet cable, ect.


Your off base housing is paid for too though, technically through BAH. As far as problems with your apartments, that may just be where you live! But good to know :)

-Haley :)


Off base. I prefer it.

I had to make a decision that hasn’t been the easiest to decide. Whether to go back to California and be with my husband when he gets back from deployment, or continue with my college education here in Florida. I have two years left and the college I will be transferring to only has a few classes online. And my second year I will be interning.

Ive decided to stay here with my parents for the next two years. It will be hard but I have to think about myself and my career and how our family will benefit in the long run. Especially my daughter. My plan has always been to earn my BA degree before she starts kindergarten. And than I pursue my Masters.

This is going to test our marriage and relationship on another level. I just hope we will find ways to continue to make our love stronger.

"I am a hard person to love, but when I love, I love really hard."
-Tupac Shakur (via felicefawn)