This post originally appeared on Soldier’s Wife, Crazy Life. Your spouse is deployed, but you want to try to plan a date night anyway. This could work you think, even though you are 6,000 miles apart. You need that time with your spouse, and setting up a “date night” over video chat is the best […]
We’re busy. Life moves on. People fall in and out of your life. You fall in and out of people’s lives. But if it’s important to you to keep in touch, there are so many tools at your fingertips to make it happen.
It took me some time to transition into living as a military spouse, but like any meaningful change, I learned a lot. Hopefully it can help you as you familiarize yourself with military life, too.
It is important that all of us be prepared, whether it’s for the tropical storm headed our way or the volcano threatening to erupt or the mass protests on the streets that put our families at risk.
Getting creative with “I Love You” can help you bring a fresh connection between the two of you. It can remind you of your commitment, and show hubs that he still has a place in your life while he’s across the ocean.