…hearing information secondhand because I couldn’t officially be on the distribution list.
…struggling to find a proper support group or outlet.
I'm looking for someone to go do stuff with, whether that be movies music chilling gaming sleeping walking talking hangin out with mates or just anywhere.
But love nothing more than to kick back relax and have a good time xxx...” “I,m 51, petite and hard working.
Today she’s crawling around the house in diapers, tomorrow you’re handing her the keys to the car, and before you know it, you’re walking her down the aisle. **9/15/11**This post has resonated so well with daughters and fathers, mothers and grandfathers, and has received many beautiful and heartfelt comments.
I was a Navy Girlfriend for exactly 3 years and 6 months. …handing over cash to my boyfriend at the Commissary because heaven forbid I pay the cashier directly.
…wondering if all the heartache and stress would be worth it.
He spends his days practicing the arts of fatherhood and husbandry, while attempting to be a man of God and a professional raiser of philanthropic funds. She needs her dad to be involved in her life at every stage.
On the rare occasion he’s not tied up with the aforementioned and other pursuits of awesomeness, he enjoys fighting street gangs for local charities and drinking from a cup that’s half full. Treat her mother with respect, honor, and a big heaping spoonful of public displays of affection.
…having that awkward silence when I had to correct people when they called me “his wife”.
…getting “the look” when I said we were only boyfriend/girlfriend right now. having to hear “I couldn’t do that” or “I would never” or “you must be crazy” …smiling politely and avoiding the question when people asked us when we were getting married.
I guess it was worth it 🙂 I had written some quotes and tips for the army girlfriend but they definitely apply to navy girlfriends and all military girlfriends.