Confession #341: You haven’t yet grasped the concept we can’t live together unless we are married. I guess we will find out in the end?
Confession #340: I’m in the Air Force and you’re in the Army, though both of us may be teased for the different branches, we are only showing how much stronger we are than most couples.
Confession #339: I love you, and I love that we’re engaged, but i am young, and I not only hate planning this by myself. I also hate telling our families by myself.
Confession #338: I feel like ever since you left from your leave here our love has grown insanely strong, and I have faith this will work.
Confession #336: He comes home in a few days. I’m so excited, and so terrified of what comes next. I hope his homecoming will make all the hard times magically disappear, but I know not to get my hopes up.
Confession #335: His deployment was easy its him being back home thats hard
Confession #295: I will never doubt marrying my soldier. We broke up right before he left for basic, the last thing he told me was to trust him. I let him have his time, watched as he dated another girl. Listed to him and was his friend. He ended up choosing me. I let him go and he came back. I wish more girls had the faith to wait for the right thing. Its worth it.
Confession #294: One of my biggest fears of when he gets deployed is forgetting how in love with him I am and that he’s more than worth the wait.
Confession #264: Our relationship has been so centered around the military that I’m afraid it will fall apart when his commitment is up and we have to redefine it.
Confession #263: Sometimes it’s so hard to be faithful. But it’s not because I don’t want to be with him, or I don’t love him so much. I just need him beside me and sometimes I wish I could be with someone else and close my eyes, pretend it was him just so I could feel him here with me. I miss him so much it hurts.