Also I am glad that were not like it was during the Vietnam war where the spouses had to write letters and there husbands were gone for a couple of years or more. I am going to admit I don't think I could even last that long during those times with no communication. I admire those women who did do that and maintain the house and practically were single mothers and didn't know ANYTHING going on with there husbands like we do. when we get updates through the Vfrg site, Earmy messaging and hearing it from our spouses as well and getting to have R&R too. Cause I don't think they had that back then like we do now and have 15days in the middle or when ever he can take it.
So I am very grateful to be able to talk to Jason everyday when I wake up and before I go to bed and I love the conversations we have while he is at work talking to me. I am also very lucky to say that my husband isn't out on missions or patrols but those hubby's that are out there doing it are doing an awesome job out there and I know there spouses back home are proud of them as well. But even tho I talk to him everyday I still miss being able to wake up next to him, have our daily family routine and see him come home after work everyday putting those boots by the door and the ACU uniform on the chair laid out for the next morning. I love kissing him goodbye every morning as he goes to work and seeing him in his uniform cause we all know every military wife LOVES a man in uniform hahaha. I love seeing him hold Mia and the way they interact with each other and when he calls and she hears his voice and her face lights up when she hears daddy voice cause she know who it is and she looks around the room for him.
so yes I am VERY BLESSED to have the technology and the communication have today. Oh and Mia N I are getting a early present from daddy this month. I am not telling what it is those of you who know what it is shhhh its a secret. I will tell everyone after we get it.