Tuesday, July 26, 2005

finally

I got my husband back.
And so we are packing up my things and will be starting the long trek to North Carolina soon.
Of course with a few stops along the way.
Eastern Colorado to see a friend.
Indianapolis to see my youngest.
Pennsylvania to do some long over due catching up.
Then on through Virginia and finally to Fort Bragg and home.

Oh how I miss the structure of the Real Army.

We will be staying in TLA until we can buy a new house. Already have one picked out. The wonders of the internet and email.

I guess we have to tow my POS car back to NC too (which I wasn't planning on) because my dad doesn't want me leaving it here for Anna to sell. So there goes a grand for the move. Ah well, as long as I can get out of here and back to the Real World, I'm happy.
People here are crazy.

3 Comments:

At 11:33 PM, Blogger スロ / Bernat said...

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At 11:34 PM, Blogger スロ / Bernat said...

Hey it's good you got your husband back :D Go where you are confortable.

 
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