Confession #280: Hanging up the phone or ending the skype call gets harder and harder every time.
Confession #278: I’m so nervous for your basic graduation because we haven’t seen each other in so long, and I’m so afraid it will be awkward. It can’t be awkward. Please don’t let it be awkward?
Confession #277: I can deal with the distance. I can deal with not being told everything. I just want to be able to talk to him and know he’s OK. To all Military SO’s who have that privilege: Cherish it.
Confession #276: Sometimes I worry that being in basic, surrounded by vulgar, careless guys, has made him lose some of his sensitive side and I won’t get the real him back.
Confession #275: I feel bad every time I say “I wish he could be home for Christmas” because I know if he could he would be home to spend Christmas together.
Confession #273: I know we won’t last. He’ll eventually leave me because I won’t be everything he wishes I was and I won’t fit into his future plans. The Army will change him and his ways, and all I will be left with is the idea of what could of been.
Confession #271: I saw a soldier get off the plane, see his wife, immediately start crying, drop his bags, and saw them both run into each others arms kissing and crying. It was honestly the most surreal moment full of genuine love. I started crying myself. I will never forget it.
Confession #270: I know it sounds crazy but I’m afraid that while he’s deployed we won’t talk for a few days and he’ll forget about me in that short amount of time.
Confession #267: I’m not afraid of you cheating on me. But I am afraid of someone else thinking you’re theirs.