Monday, November 22, 2010

Married to the Army and a good man

On Friday David was sworn into the Army for 3.5 years. I'm not even sure I said that right. But anyway, it's sort of a crazy thing. And tonight I am feeling sort of solemn about it.

If you know David, you are probably shocked.  You see, David has a free spirit. He usually does the opposite of what he is asked/told to do. Not that it's a bad thing, it's just who he is. Always has been. So following orders from a Captain, or "higher ups" doesn't seem to fit him. But it does!

This is a bragging blogger post. I apologize. It's just as much about him as it is about me. He is getting an "A" in a 6 credit hour Chinese class. He studies for hours a day. And he speaks/writes SO well because of it. It's sort of strange to hear him talk because it's so beautiful. It's almost like singing. Sometimes I'm not sure it's even him talking because it's so different, so flowy, so amazing!

In the Army, he is also well respected. He is many years older than most of the other cadets yet he outruns most of them! They once said it was because he has to chase his kids around all day! lol. His captain and the guy above him (I don't know his rank) have gone out of their way to help him and our family out. But that is another post for another time.

This post originally started as a recap of Sadies birthday, but I've run out of time. I love my hubby very much and someday when he reads this, I hope he knows that! Sorry it's so mushy but I just can't help it!



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